Sep 20, 2020

Seven-foot robots are stacking shelves in Tokyo convenience stores

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This robot on wheels is seven feet tall, is kitted out with cameras, microphones and sensors, and uses the three “fingers” on its hands to stock supermarket shelves with products such as bottled drinks, cans and rice bowls.

Japan’s convenience stores are turning to robots to solve their labor shortage.

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