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17 Comments

  • nosuch thingasshould 4 years ago

    We are obsolete.

  • Ethan Clifton 4 years ago

    Wall-eeee

  • jjjjjj 4 years ago

    that girl instantly says THIS IS BULLSHIT

  • Muhammet Nur Kartal 4 years ago

    they looks like wall-e

  • Pastrami Sandwich 4 years ago

    I don't think these guys know that the tractor was invented…

  • Jake Hayes 4 years ago

    And if these thing stop working with a virus or are hacked like uavs have been, then who makes the food, who feeds us, does society break down? Yes.

  • Premek Mraz 4 years ago

    it only moves pots from one point to another point – this absolutely save the word. 

  • Owen Miller 4 years ago

    This reporter was condescending with the name and with the uninspiring example of moving pots around. Harvest Automation should've been able to salvage their reputation in this clip by being able to explain the potential of their technology.

  • Marco Polo 4 years ago

    SCV good to go!

  • Robotix 4 years ago

    Lame Bloomberg!.. this robot shuffles buckets. It plants nothing and it harvests nothing.. there are some awesome agricultural bots out there but this isn't one of them! 

  • Fish Kungfu 4 years ago

    Reminds me of Huey, Dewey, and Louie from Silent Running.

  • uh look a dumb scientist  !!! we wont have any problems producing food for 9b people … like now we can have lots of food  but wee we have problems and will have problems distribuing it. like industrializating huge amount of land with low eficiency on power consumption, like using robots harvesting  at high resources cost but low on financial cost. yup we will have a lot of hungry people but because of miss use of technology and resources and corporate frendly policies not because the incapacity of producing food.

  • vc vc 4 years ago

    the one named WEED…
    XD

  • DJMIXHIT 4 years ago

    Yeah robot go fetch everything for me I just want to sit and be fat and lazy. I don't want to move lol.

  • Dankity Dank 4 years ago

    This will help solve the food crisis and bring the cost of food down. This is amazing tech. 

  • mikeymayhen 4 years ago

    when i win the euro lottery , i am going to get these to grow weed for me in a secret underground porn studio.

  • Matt Uebel 4 years ago

    Youtube thought I would want to watch this. Youtube was right. #RaceAgainstTheMachine  .