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The human in the machine: These robots are making the workplace more inclusive for disabled people

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At Tokyo’s newly opened Dawn café, robots whizz around chatting with customers and taking orders. But rather than AI, they are powered by humans thousands of kilometres away whose disabilities make leaving home difficult.

Added on the 24/08/2021 18:27:08 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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