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This Startup Uses Drones To Map And Manage Massive Construction Projects

Identified Technologies CEO Dick Zhang flying one of his specialized drones. (Photo courtesy of Darrell Sapp/Post-Gazette) Robots replacing humans in the workforce is no longer a futuristic concept reserved for cyber geeks. Startups across industries are increasingly using automation and artificial intelligence to develop software, mine insights, curate content and [...]
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