Robots Delivering Shopping, how does that work?
My boss once said 'for an intelligent person you can sometimes be pretty thick!' We are friends....honest!
Anyway keeping that in mind you will hopefully forgive me if I state the obvious here but cannot see the answer.
Watched a documentary about supermarkets last night and they are already using these lidded cart robot things to deliver shopping. My mind boggles seeing these things roaming around the streets and it raised so many questions. What if people try to open them and steal the shopping, and if thwarted pop the whole thing in a van and drive off? How can it cross roads and obstacles and being so low might not be seen at a crossing.
Why are we getting so lazy? Surely online shopping is enough, delivered by a person. At least they can carry it in for the elderly or disabled. Why put more people out of a job? I am sure these 'robots' must cost a fortune and will need maintenance and updating and replacing.
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