Robots delivering coffee at Silicon Valley campus

Six-wheeled robots will deliver food and coffee across a Silicon Valley office park in first commercial use of the technology – and whole cities could be next. Starship Technologies, an autonomous delivery startup created in 2014 by two Skype co-founders, has been in public testing mode in 20 countries around the world since 2015. Now the company says it is ready for its first “major commercial rollout”.

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could use of the these at home actually 

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Hm, I live seven flights of stairs above street-level, so I wonder how that robot is going to get to me.

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Just now, Nigerian Price said:

Hm, I live seven flights of stairs above street-level, so I wonder how that robot is going to get to me.

you have to wait for drone robots. Or just move

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Services for lazy fat ass generation

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8 minutes ago, 李伟王芳 said:

Services for lazy fat ass generation

we are such a hopeless species

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23 minutes ago, Stephen said:

Six-wheeled robots will deliver food and coffee across a Silicon Valley office park in first commercial use of the technology – and whole cities could be next. Starship Technologies, an autonomous delivery startup created in 2014 by two Skype co-founders, has been in public testing mode in 20 countries around the world since 2015. Now the company says it is ready for its first “major commercial rollout”.

The more useful things we produce the less useful we become  so you can see why we have the Governments and heads of state we have

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19 minutes ago, Joanna said:

could use of the these at home actually 

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They look like a self propelled toilet

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No one needs drones or robots to deliver stuff - so why do it? There are far more important things to address

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Just now, JohnAtronis said:

No one needs drones or robots to deliver stuff - so why do it? There are far more important things to address

No one needs facebook or twitter, but people use it heavily 

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oh, but we sure do need them. That's how all addictions develop.

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