We have all heard of robots that help build cars. I have even been among the teams of people that help implement those applications during my career. There are even robots that can move items in a warehouse or vacuum carpets. Now the big robot manufactures are working on making more “people friendly” robots. These robots may do more intricate tasks, usually left for humans, and may even work alongside, and learn from, humans. Keys to these robots are the environmental sensors they contain. Consider that repetitive intricate tasks handled by humans today on a production line could be handled by a robot. Leaving the human free to “think” (an old IBM tag).
What can this mean for your business?
Steve Koenig, SCORE Counselor
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