I'm not sure it would even make sense industrially. I mean, we already have farm machinery. These guys are amazed they've built a machine that can plant what, 50 seeds? In how long? An hour? Combined with a precision water sprinkler, which makes little sense in a garden bed (diffusion, have you heard of it?) and some kind of weird weed smasher that I'm convinced about.
I'd gladly get one of these for research into plant community ecology, but farming? No.
Actually I've noticed a lot of books, machines, sensors, etc. lately which seem to promote the misconception that having a small garden is something very difficult and expensive. I've grown more tomatoes than I can eat in used cat-litter buckets on my back porch.
I'm starting to think I should write my own blog post.