This Fruit Ninja inspired robotic arm can help generate $24 million in added revenue for waste facilities
AdvertisementThere are countless necessary but undesirable jobs around. One always dreams about machines to make those tasks a little bit easier.
A startup called
These are not fully automated though. Human workers giude these robotic arms.
The click and swipe process used by Jodone was apparently inspired by
Jodone cofounder and CEO, Cole Parker, says the exercise allows workers to stay engaged without really dirtying their hands. “People like solving puzzles,” he told MIT Technology Review, “they like being mentally challenged.” Parker hopes it can help generate $24 million in added revenue for waste facilities.
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