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China set to deploy robots to fight coronavirus

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Chinese robotics firms have come out with some eye catching solutions to the coronavirus crisis. Robot 'Thor-1' has been described by state media as a 'hardcore weapon' of 'extraordinary power'. It's being demonstrated in a tech park in Hangzhou in eastern China, a city partly in lockdown due to the virus.

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