Robot Army Building Cars Show the Lazy Future of Humanity
Mar 24, 2009 20:26
I thought nothing would impress me more than the Lego factory's interior and its breathtaking 65-foot-high storage cathedrals. And then, I saw this video of BMW's Munich assembly line, with almost no sign of humans.
I know that robotized assembly lines are nothing new, but I thought there were more people around. You know, drinking beer and sausages and sauerkraut while languidly pushing a single red button or something. [DRB]
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