China has decided to build a dam using 3D Printing technology, artificial intelligence and no construction workers.

The Yangqu hydroelectric power plant is expected to reach a total size of about 520ft upon completion. This would make it the largest robotic 3D printing facility in the world, larger than the two-story office building in Dubai, the current world record holder.

The dam will feed into a hydroelectric power plant with 5 billion kWh of electricity every year.

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