Inside a young Indian engineer’s very human struggle to build a global robotics company — Quartz

Butler and Sorter seem like an unlikely pair. One is unassuming, small, and squat, though it has a talent for lifting weighty shelves and whirring around with them. The other is loud, long, and immobile, with a conveyor belt for a spine and pneumatic arms that swing with unerring precision. Yet, they are a match…

via Inside a young Indian engineer’s very human struggle to build a global robotics company — Quartz

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