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Amazon patented a robot cage for its employees, although it promises not to develop it

Amazon patented a robot cage for its employees, although it promises not to develop it

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He proposed to cage the workers in their stores so that they would be more efficient. The company indicates that they have already developed a better idea

Amazon's last known patent has been branded as "a bad idea" by the vice-president of the company's operations, Dave Clark, and has promised that it will not develop.

The company founded by Jeff Bezos is a well-known patent they opened the door to monitor their employees through a wristband, make drone cupboards or air shops to improve deliveries.

In his last known idea he proposed to cage the employees of his warehouses so that they would be more efficient.

As reported by The Seattle Times, in 2016 Amazon patented a system in which employees were placed in a cage on top of an automated robot, which lets employees share space in the areas where automated Kiva robots work.

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