People with paralysis remotely control robot waiters in Tokyo cafe

Not every robot is after your job. Some robots are helping humans earn money, at least temporarily.

In this case, the robots serving humans at Dawn Cafe in Tokyo are remotely controlled by people who are paralyzed due to ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis), spinal-cord injuries and other debilitating conditions, the SoraNews24 site reports. The pop-up cafe is a beta project that will be open to the public through Dec. 7.

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