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The automotive industry has been revolutionized by incorporating robots to their work. Now, architects want to try out applying robots to construction sites.
So, why would an architecture firm bother experimenting with robots? The automotive industry was revolutionized by robotics, but it's a lot harder to apply robotics to buildings.