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Robotics Drives Supply Chain Profits

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EdwardThirlwall
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Humans redundant?
EdwardThirlwall   6/13/2019 2:17:52 AM
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Every industry have certain job scopes that can be taken over by machines completely. This would not only save the company time and effort, but they can also minimize human error. It is like providing the company with a solution that saves them money too. The party that has to worry would unfortunately have to be the employees as they might be considered redundant in the future.

customizejackets
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Re: Humans redundant?
customizejackets   6/18/2019 6:11:56 AM
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wow first time something intresting seen.

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Re: Humans redundant?
customizejackets   6/18/2019 6:12:35 AM
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great



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