Robotic Receptionist At The Japan Airport

By: Carl Boutet - Published:   Updated: Apr 1 2011 • References: akihabaranews
This Robotic receptionist is programed to respond to over 200 questions and is presently "employed" at the Kita-Kyushu (Japan) airport. She is a rendering of a popular Japanese cartoon character. We could have Bart, Kenny or Boomhauer. The possibilities are endless..

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