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New autonomous farm wants to produce food without human workers

Down on a new robot farm, machines tend rows of leafy greens under the watch of software called “The Brain.”
by Erin Winick

Iron Ox isn’t like most robotics companies. Instead of trying to flog you its technology, it wants to sell you food. As the firm’s cofounder Brandon Alexander puts it: “We are a farm and will always be a farm.”

But it’s no ordinary farm. For starters, the company’s 15 human employees share their work space with robots who quietly go about the business of tending rows and rows of leafy greens.


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