Interactive robot introduced at South Korean airport

We’ve seen robots in the home and with the ever increase in AI it’s no surprise to see robots being used in public

It makes sense - multi-lingual and up to the second information without the possible negatives from ‘employing’ people to do the job.

We’re going to get increasingly used to dealing with robots, so why not have one in your next marketing suite? Not only would it make sense, it would also position your brand as being very innovative.

A self-driving robot was introduced at Incheon International Airport in South Korea. Troika responds to its name, and when passengers insert their tickets, provides flight information and offers to guide travellers to their boarding gates. Made by LG, the bot speaks English, Korean, Chinese, and Japanese.

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