The future of farming will see robots replacing field workers … New robot-run farm factory produces 30,000 heads of lettuce a day

It seems the world’s first robot farm is about to launch, and initially its non-human workforce will be capable of picking 30,000 heads of lettuce per day.

As reported by Tech Insider, chief executives of a lettuce production company in Japan called Spread, believe that future farmers will be robots. In fact, they are so adamant about it at Spread, that the firm is creating the world’s first farm that is going to be managed entirely by robots. Rather than relying on human workers, an indoor vegetable factory will employ robots instead, and they will be very productive.


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