Washington Post l Robots for Social Distancing

Jul 14, 2020 | Media

The Washington Post

No masks, no coughs: Robots can be just what the doctor ordered in time of social distancing

TOKYO — As the coronavirus pandemic rewrites the rules of human interaction, it also has inspired new thinking about how robots and other machines might step in.

The stuff of the bot world — early factory-line automation up to today’s artificial intelligence — has been a growing fact of life for decades. The worldwide health crisis has added urgency to the question of how to bring robotics into the public health equation.

This article was originally published by Simon Denyer, Akiko Kashiwagi and
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