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How KUKA Robotics is helping students bridge the STEM skills gap

Firms like Toronto-based KUKA Robotics are increasingly finding that there’s a STEM skills gap when it comes to hiring. That’s why they’ve partnered with Toronto’s Humber College to establish the KUKA Advanced Automation Lab at the school’s Barrett Centre for Technology Innovation. The flexible working space will allow for small businesses and students to collaborate on real-world robotics applications, and in the process better prepare today’s students for a technological future.

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