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Robot farm workers take to the fields (gallery) | New Scientist

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06 November 2012



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The Hortibot, “created by Rasmus Jørgensen and a team at Aarhus University in Denmark in 2007, Hortibot is a prototype agricultural robot that uses autonomous navigation, cameras and a variety of tools to carry out repetitive tasks in the fields.” The article associated with this gallery requires a login.

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