Our lives are filled with other humans. We interact with them constantly — at work, at home, at stores where we buy what we need to sustain ourselves, even the delivery people we have digitally summoned to bring us goods when we don’t want to face the world. Sure, we need community to survive or whatever, but sometimes you just want to take a break from other humans.
San Francisco-based Starship Technologies wants to remove any human interaction, at least from the process of buying lunch. The company is expanding its fleet of autonomous robots to include tiny robots that deliver Lees verder