Mark Cuban, who did not support President-elect Donald Trump during the campaign, has struck a more hopeful tone since the results came in. Now, the Shark Tank investor has a suggestion for our future president: Invest in robotics.
Trump has stated that he wants his government to invest $1 trillion to improve the country’s infrastructure. On Sunday, Cuban wrote in a blog post that $100 billion of this money should go to “companies that do R&D, software and design for robots and every other facet of the Robotics Industry.”
“Unfortunately, none of the companies that actually make the robotics are based here in the USA. That’s a problem that needs to be solved,” Cuban writes. “We need to help develop domestic companies much like we did the electric car and wind and solar industries. Even if it means trying to help
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