MIT and Princeton scientists develop robot hand to pick and pack goods in warehouses

Nicholas Fearn
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MIT and Princeton University robo-picker

US university scientists unveil 'robo picker' three months after Ocado

Scientists at MIT and Princeton University in the US claim to have developed a robotic system that could be used to pick and pack goods in warehouses. The development is similar to a number that UK...

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