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Now entering: Charlestons golden age of robotics

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A scientist sits in front of his lab.

Most robotic automation is complex and expensive, but Ally Robotics programming-free robots represent a step forward for affordable automation.

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The year is 2022. Robotics company CEO Mitch Tolson is tasked with automating production in a popular fast food chain and he invents a new type of robot to do it.

Its not science fiction Ally Robotics has created a first-of-its-kind scalable robot that bypasses the need for programming and learns by watching humans work.

Charlestonians are invited to invest in robotic technology (a $114 billion market) before it rolls out across agriculture, construction, and manufacturing industries the investment deadline is Thurs., Sept. 29.*