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In each episode, we discuss the five biggest stories in manufacturing, and the implications they have on the industry moving forward. This week:
This week, Amazon unveiled Astro, a robot dog designed for your home.
According to a recent United Nations Security Council report, autonomous weapon systems may have killed human beings for the first time ever last year.
Last week, a woman in Maine called in a pair of bomb threats at Puritan Medical Products because she wanted to spend more time with her boyfriend, a company employee.
Cracks have been spotted on the International Space Station and no one knows how they got there.
Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary says talks broke down because Boeing was “delusional” and had "unjustified and inexplicable" demands.
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In September, SpaceX's Inspiration4 mission sent four civilians into orbit. It was inspiring, but it also meant that, if any problems arose, the amateurs would be on their own to fix it. And a problem came up, with the toilet.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Monday approved what he termed a “nation-leading” law requiring the garment industry to pay workers by the hour instead of for each piece of clothing they produce.
Workhorse Group has recalled its newly released van and suspended further deliveries.
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