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<div>Autonomous or "self-driving" laboratories combine robotic platforms with artificial intelligence to increase the rate of scientific discovery. They have the potential to transform our traditional approaches to experimentation. Although autonomous laboratories recently gained increased attention, the requirements imposed by engineering the software packages often prevent their development. Indeed, autonomous laboratories require considerable effort in designing and writing advanced anddoi:10.26434/chemrxiv.5953606 fatcat:gaxyucooxndnxk657o3rfr7o3a