Robotic Lawn Mower Affects Human-Machine Relationship

Robotic Lawn Mower Affects Human-Machine Relationship
technology

New York City Hall is testing a robotic lawn mower that is able to self steer and charge its own battery. Having the potential to relieve union workers of their current responsibilities, it could be a new page in the human-machine relationship.

Caleb Kramer
  • 14 september 2009

In a step towards a more efficiently groomed lawn, the New York City Hall is testing a Husqvarna robot lawn mower. It appears to be a step up the evolutionary ladder from the Roomba vacuum cleaner, and is intelligent enough to recharge its own battery.

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