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Every week, we cover the five biggest stories in manufacturing, and the implications they have on the industry moving forward. This week:
In his latest column, IEN and Manufacturing.net contributor Mike Collins discusses the victims of outsourcing and NAFTA, primarily focusing on the towns.
Neuralink is Elon Musk’s brain implant startup. While it has its fair share of critics, it has generated a lot of optimism for the thousands of potential patients interested in human trials.
Last week, a project that set out to build the first small modular nuclear reactor power plant was killed.
A federal inspection at the Kilitch Healthcare India facility found some rather shockingly unsanitary conditions, like claims that workers were seen barefoot and the plant was falsifying test results to make it look like drops were safe to use.
On Friday, the B-21 Raider took its first test flight.
In Case You Missed It
This week, a pilot project at GE Appliances was promoted to a full-time deployment. Einride's autonomous EV is now transporting goods in Selmer, TN from GE Appliances' factory to its warehouse, the journey is about 3/4-mile.
Amazon Debuts Security Robot - @1:15:47
Amazon recently announced Astro for Business, a security solution for small and medium-sized businesses that combines robotics, smart security, and artificial intelligence (AI).
DiGiorno Unveils Thanksgiving Pizza - @1:21:05
The pizza includes turkey, gravy sauce, sweet potatoes, green beans and cranberries, and a crispy onion topping.
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