Bedridden People Remotely Control Robots to Wait on Customers at Cafe (1)

By making the robot go to work, the user can feel as if he or she is working with other employees. As a result, the user does not feel that "there is no place for me in the company" or "there will be no place for me even when I return to the job," even when away from the office, according to OryLab.

Bedridden People Remotely Control Robots to Wait on Customers at Cafe (1)

The Nippon Foundation opened "Bunshin (avatar) Robot Cafe Dawn ver.β," where robots were remotely controlled by severely-disabled people to wait on customers, from Nov 26 to Dec 7, 2018.

Thu 10 Jan 19 from Tech-On

Bedridden People Remotely Control Robots to Wait on Customers at Cafe (2)

By making the robot go to work, the user can feel as if he or she is working with other employees. As a result, the user does not feel that "there is no place for me in the company" or "there ...

Thu 10 Jan 19 from Tech-On

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