Robots and construction: is this the future?
It’s hard to imagine a world where a building isn’t constructed by man. But are we fast approaching an age where robots could do this task autonomously?
This day could come sooner than expected after a group of scientists and engineers at Harvard University of Engineering and Applied Sciences and the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard University have worked in collaboration to create robots that work as a collective unit to build structures…
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The Law Society recently published guidance to assist solicitors draw up Shariah-compliant wills, causing outrage in some quarters. Gateley’s Haroon Rashid explains the facts.