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Category: Social Impact

One of the product lines proudly represented by Futura Automation is Macron Dynamics of Croydon, Pennsylvania.  In 2015 Macron Dynamics was selected as a supplier to a record setting 3D robotic billboard located on Times Square in New York City, NY.  This billboard was developed by Coca-Cola Bottling, based in Atlanta, Georgia. This 6 Stories tall, […]

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Here it comes.  It is the biggest economic disruption since the World Wide Web was launched on the back of the developing internet in 1992.  Maybe bigger.  Autonomous transportation in all its forms: cars, trucks, industrial equipment, even trains and planes, will change the world in ways we can’t even comprehend.  McKinsey agrees: Self-driving cars […]

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A recent Morgan Stanley study comes to a proactive conclusion.  The US left the Paris Accord, but will it even matter to the climate? The analysis in the study is a resounding NO! The point is dirty carbon-based fuels have already peaked in their cost-effectivness. That is true for both Oil and Coal, less so […]

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We talk a lot on this blog about the important global social and economic transition now underway.  It is very disruptive, and it has only just begun.  Over the coming years, many human jobs will become obsolete.  Policy makers need to be thinking about how we make this transition as a global society and have […]

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The hottest trend in dining today is the automated restaurant.  Every aspect of restaurant services are under review for updating and streamlining, mostly through automation.  The reason for this is the confluence of several current trends.  The trends are:  1. The reduction in cost of robots to do specific tasks.  2. The knowledge of robot […]

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Policy makers should begin to consider “life after robotics”.  Robots will undoubtedly improve quality of life.  But at what cost and with what concessions? Mass Human Labor is No Longer Needed. Where Do We Go From Here?

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