10 Ways to Think Differently about Robotic Automation

PETER ZELINSKI | October 3, 2018

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Robots used to know their place. In the past, a robot would run behind a safety cage doing repetitive motions that rarely changed from week to week, let alone from day to day. Now it’s not so simple. Robots are, in many cases, easy to redeploy; collaborative robots (cobots) operate safely alongside people, and other advancing technologies seem to conspire with robots to make them even more effective.

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