Amazon is developing robots that can pick items from inventory in fulfillment centers, according to a new report. These robots will allegedly perform the same job as human “pickers,” retrieving items ordered by customers and moving them to packaging for shipment. The report indicates these robots may eventually replace many human warehouse workers. The alleged plans were leaked by sources … Continue reading (Date:10/12/2018 21:16) Read full article >>

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