Manufacturing’s Technology Driven Ethical Dilemma

@andreeas via Twenty20

Whenever I’ve thought about manufacturing, I’ve always of the assembly line with workers putting together a car or a piece of machinery. I’d say that’s a pretty common imaginary view of manufacturing and how the plant floor operates. Obviously, larger factories would have more production lines. But, that’s a rather old, archaic view of manufacturing. The industry has expanded and transformed due to the…

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Writer. Into politics, heritage, environment and crypto/future. Love a tough debate and intellectual discussions.

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