It’s not a categorical, nationwide response to concerns about robots taking jobs, but in the once-industrial Midwest, an educator and an autonomous systems maker are building a state-of-the-art job training center for the logistics industry.
In Michigan, state money is funding a facility at Lansing Community College (LCC) to train people on the operation and maintenance of advanced logistical systems. The result will be a real-world training environment with a robotic assembly line.
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