Unlike Foxconn's workers, robots don't commit suicide or demand higher wages and better working conditions. Photo: David WongUnlike Foxconn's workers, robots don't commit suicide or demand higher wages and better working conditions. Photo: David Wong
Unlike Foxconn's workers, robots don't commit suicide or demand higher wages and better working conditions. Photo: David Wong

It will be some time before robots will replace Foxconn's workers

Manufacturer's factories still primarily staffed by workers despite growing use of robots

Unlike Foxconn's workers, robots don't commit suicide or demand higher wages and better working conditions. Photo: David WongUnlike Foxconn's workers, robots don't commit suicide or demand higher wages and better working conditions. Photo: David Wong
Unlike Foxconn's workers, robots don't commit suicide or demand higher wages and better working conditions. Photo: David Wong
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