A hospital in Tanzania is using 3-D printers to make artificial limbs, shortening a process that used to take weeks to just a few hours. Researchers want to see if this technology can be scaled up to meet the needs of the estimated 3.5 million people living with a disability in Tanzania. For VOA, Willy Lowry has the story from Dar es Salaam.
Voodoo Manufacturing in Brooklyn, NY is one of several companies relying on technology, like 3D printing and robotics, to ease the burden on human workers. If this is happening today, what does that mean for the future of manufacturing jobs?