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Ford Bionic Employee: Auto Workers Wear Exoskeletons to Reduce Strain

Newsmax Friday, 10 November 2017 ()
Ford bionic employees wearing mechanical exoskeletons may realize reduced physical damage from millions of repetitive tasks over many years.
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Nicolas Babin RT @OrangeCinnamonX: We can build a better employee, now we have to do the same with our cars https://t.co/SafXAjMwHT 1 week ago

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Joe Bass Jr. We can build a better employee, now we have to do the same with our cars https://t.co/SafXAjMwHT 1 week ago

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OneNewsPage US Popular: Ford Bionic Employee: Auto Workers Wear Exoskeletons to Reduce Strain https://t.co/KHloGfvw8A 1 week ago

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