Automakers are starting to see some of the robots that could replace them in the coming years.
And it could be that the robots are coming for more than just one reason.
“The robots are going to be there for a while,” says Steve Yegge, a robotics expert at Stanford University.
He points to a new industry-wide push for automation and automation technologies.
“If you’re not in the automotive space, and if you’re looking at robots that are going on factories, then that is the first thing that is going to come out,” Yeggen says.
The automation push will begin in 2020 with a new kind of robot called the “lean-robot.”
The concept involves creating a robot that’s lean and efficient enough to run a factory without requiring humans to do any manual labor.
In other words, the lean robot will not only be cheap to manufacture, but it won’t need to be able to perform any manual tasks at all.
It will be able just to be programmed to do tasks.
It can learn to do certain tasks.
Yeg is excited by this, and he sees the robot as a future replacement for humans.
“I think that’s going to happen,” he says.
In the next 10 years, the world will have a robot factory, but in a more complex way.
Yiggen says there will be robots that can be used in factories as well as in homes and offices.
The robots will need to have a human in the room, but they will also need to communicate with a human, and the robot will have to learn how to work with humans.
It also needs to have the human be a good partner, and this robot will probably need to learn to be good partners.
“You have to be a little bit of a genius to build a robot from scratch and do a lot of work and get good at it,” Yigge says.
Yagge says he expects to see robots in the next 20 years that can work in a factory, and it’s not just because they’re cheap to make.
“We’re going to have to have robots that you could put in your garage and it will work,” he said.
Yieg is confident that these robots will be cheaper than the current version of robots that were being produced by companies like Ford.
“They’re not going to cost you anywhere near $100,000.
They’re going not going anywhere near that.
They will be a lot cheaper than those that are in your living room, and that is what I think is going on, and I think it’s going on in every industry,” Yieg says.
Robots that work in factories and homes could help automate the assembly line, and eventually the whole assembly line.
The robot factories could also become much cheaper to operate.
Yigs company, Automated Robots, has started developing robotic robots that will work as part of the manufacturing and assembly process, but that also need human workers in order to be effective.
The company plans to have robot factories in cities across the world by 2020, and says that by the end of the decade, there will likely be robots at every major assembly line in the world.
In fact, Yegges predictions about the future of robotics are optimistic.
“This is going up.
I mean, it’s just going to go up,” he predicts.
“There’s a lot to look forward to.”