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Three construction innovations that will change the way we build

A number of companies are competing to find ways to automate construction, using bricklaying robots and machines that can 3D print with concrete.  These innovations are among the most successful prototypes whereby entire buildings were constructed using robots. Read more... More about Innovation, Housing, Robotics, Construction, and Real Time Video
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