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This CEO explains why he left the top job at $36 billion Autodesk to head Bright Machines, a one-year-old robotics software startup that's revolutionizing manufacturing

Business Insider Wednesday, 26 June 2019
This CEO explains why he left the top job at $36 billion Autodesk to head Bright Machines, a one-year-old robotics software startup that's revolutionizing manufacturing· *On Tuesday, the robotics software startup Bright Machines launched Bright Machines Microfactories, which allows users to instruct a machine to assemble and inspect products how they want.*
· *Bright Machines is only a year old, but it has already booked $100 million in revenue and launched two generations of products.*
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