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Heartland Tech Weekly: Anxiety about robots is real

Yesterday, I reported that the rust belt may be turning into the robot belt, as new data from the Brookings Institution indicates that companies in the Midwest and upper South are employing the most industrial robots. But even without this new data from Brookings, it’s become clear that companies can’t open a new factory in the […]
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