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  • Britain becomes a robot test centre
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Britain becomes a robot test centre

Britain has plans to catch up with other nations by trying to position itself as a leading test centre for machines. Old factories, farms, lakes and even towns will be used as testing facilities for robots, drones and driverless cars. The market could be worth £70 billion by 2025.

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