Kicks, pranks, dog pee: The hard life of food delivery robots

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UCLA environmental law professor Sean Hecht was walking across the Californian university campus one recent night when he photographed a uniquely modern urban transport scene: a snarl of food delivery robots that couldn’t figure out a way around a pile of discarded electric scooters. Bystanders tried to help by moving the scooters but became irritated at the lack of response, probably not realizing that the Starship Technologies bots — deferential to their AMD Ryzen cores — weren’t going to budge until the humans stopped crossing back and forth in front of them. “One student said, ‘We’re tryin…

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