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Dishwasher Robot

Samuel Bouchard
by Samuel Bouchard. Last updated on Jan 29, 2015 10:17 AM
Posted on Dec 12, 2008 8:32 PM. 1 min read time


Look at this arm, still at the prototype stage, developed at Tokyo University jointly with Panasonic. It’s the stuff of dreams. Japan, whose population will shrink from 127 million to 42 million over the next 50 years (they are not partial to immigration) is massively investing in robotics to support future generations in their daily lives.

[From DeviceGuru, another video also at Reuters]

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Samuel Bouchard
Written by Samuel Bouchard
Samuel is CEO and co-founder of Robotiq. His mission is to free human hands from repetitive tasks. He is also the author of Lean Robotics: A Guide to Making Robots Work in Your Factory. He lives in Québec City with his wife and four children.
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