Robot Farming and the Future of Food: Hard Work on Wheels

June 12 (Bloomberg) — Bloomberg Businessweek’s Sam Grobart visits Harvest Automation, a robotics company designing machines that take on the hard and costly labor of agriculture.

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Robot Farming and the Future of Food: Hard Work on Wheels

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