PSFK Labs' 2017 Forecast Report looks at how automated services will infiltrate the foundation of urban spaces
As we look into the future, we see people looking to robots for just about, well, everything. From machines that offer human-like advice to intelligent systems that restock our pantry when it is low, the automation of built environments is shaping the new ways in which cities of the future and society at large will navigate through its daily routine. The 2017 Forecast, the newest report from PSFK Labs, examines the promise of a more automated workforce, which moves closer to reality with wide-scale experiments in robotics.
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