My, my, my how the tables have turned. The past few years have seen countless human jobs filled with our less-whiny robot counterparts. But it turns out that, at least for Toyota, the pros of total automation haven’t outweighed the cons. Meaning human factory workers are back in business.
It’s certainly an unconventional move-intentionally taking a step backwards usually is-but Toyota’s reasoning makes sense. Apparently, it’s been suffering from an excess of average workers and a dearth of master craftsmen. As project lead Mitsuru Kawai told Bloomberg:
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Great news! Hope everyone supports Toyota.