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Helper robots at #IJCAI2019

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13 August 2019



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Robots are helping conference-goers at IJCAI 2019 this week.

You can get a souvenir from “Dorabot” by showing your badge, or get rid of your glass at the welcome reception.

The robot is developed by Dorabot Inc, a company making AI-powered robots for logistics applications.




Mohamed Bachir Belaid is a third year PhD student at the university of Montpellier, France.
Mohamed Bachir Belaid is a third year PhD student at the university of Montpellier, France.




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