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Why robots, revisited | Cultibotics

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“The list of problems is uncomfortably long, and all too familiar. … Most of these problems are addressable by means of better practices. … The problem with this set of practices is that, for the most part, they require more attention to detail and don’t scale as easily as conventional practice, so they are hard to justify in terms of the farmer’s bottom line. Automation in the form of small robots, operating without constant supervision, and capable of going about farming the right way, could close that gap.”

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