Robots might solve Japan’s labor problems

When Tetsuya Sawanobori finished grad school about a decade ago, he decided to start his own business. He set up a restaurant in Japan , following in the footsteps of his grandparents and uncle. A year later, he stopped. “I realized it’s very hard …
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