With the combination of both robot controllers and automated industrial machines, Mujin, a Japanese artificial intelligence development company, looks to dominate the AI market by becoming the first warehouse fully operated without any humans. This technology is possible primarily due to the autonomous cameras. With this kind of support, the machines that are producing will not require human supervision. The AI can determine what robotic motions must be made to complete the production task. This eliminates the part of the process where humans usually program the machine themselves. The machines are equipped with a chip that gives it the ability to analyze tens of thousands of movements and determine the best one in under one second. Mujin plans to take this technology to the US and become a leader in fully automated warehouses. In a country where the value of human workers is greater the value of technology, this may not fare well for the start-up. While the operation of an autonomous warehouse may not sound valuable to an American business owner, where Mujin could possibly find opportunity in the US market is with its powerful AI camera. With that being said, the future of automation looks bright and it is intriguing to see how it will change future businesses.