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Robot started to work in stores

In Japan, the robot that detects those who do not wear masks and who do not comply with social distance started to work in stores. A store belonging to the famous football team Cerezo Osaka in Japan. Checking whether customers wear masks as part of the fight against the new type of coronavirus (Covid-19). Started using a robot that measures social distance.

The robot called “Robovie” scans the face with the lasers it has. It politely warns people who do not wear masks.

As Japan prepares for a possible third wave of new types of coronavirus. A store owned by the football team Cerezo Osaka. Hired a robot in order to effectively implement Covid-19 measures.

Robot named Robovie developed by the Advanced Telecommunications International Research Institute in Kyoto. It detects customers who do not wear masks and politely warns them.

Experts said Japanese people were less embarrassed than people’s reaction when alerted by a robot.

However, Robovie’s developers behind a number of robotic innovations. Explained that the robot will reduce close contact between shoppers and staff.

Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga said there are no plans to declare a second state of emergency.

Written by Maraaz

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