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Grocery robots detect spills - with some far-off human help

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By MATT O'BRIEN

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Comically ridiculous.

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I've fallen and I can't get up

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I need Marty in my place.

Does Marty work for Molly Maid?

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I think we have advanced enough to accept non-human looking robots as helpers. So why oh why those totally out-of-place looking fake eyes?!

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I wonder if if detects the hobo relieving himself near the liquor section.

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This is the inevitable result of entry level jobs demanding higher minimum wages... All it did was speed up advancements in automation.

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Joe

That would be something like a 'code 2 in aisle 9'

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/news/The-emergency-codes-youre-not-supposed-to-know-about/

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I'm glad they had the sense not to make it a rounded, bulbous tip, with two large round "stabilizers" on the bottom. "Don't rub it, Billy"

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