The Guardian | The Five: Robots Helping to Tackle Coronavirus

Jun 3, 2020 | Media

The Guardian

Automatons have been chipping in with the effort to beat Covid, from disinfecting hospitals to delivering groceries

In Japan, OhmniLabs’ Newme robots have been used to replace quarantined students who were unavailable to attend their graduation ceremonies. The “telepresence” robots, which had a computer tablet for a head, were draped in an academic gown and each student made a Zoom call to “receive” their degree from a university official. A similar ceremony, using robots built by students, has been held in Nanjing, China.

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