Amazon opens its doors to Thornton STEM students | Northglenn-thorntonsentinel.com
Their Amazon tour guides told the kids from Thornton’s STEM Launch School they could ask anything they wanted — and so, they did. Who built the robots that populate the 800,000 square foot warehouse? What kind of software do they use to program them? How do they keep from running into each other — or into the humans that work in center, too? It’s exactly the kind of curiosity the online retail company was hoping to inspire, according to General Manager Clint Autrey.