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Amazon is building its own fleet of robots. Digital Trends reports the company announced today it is launching a brand-new service called Amazon Scout. The delivery robots can navigate autonomously to their destination to drop off packages. Amazon has begun a trial with six of the robots in aneighborhood in Snohomish County, Washington. They will initially be accompanied by a human chaperone during the trial, but the company plans to have them unaccompanied in the future.

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