Xavier robot in Singapore

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Singapore Starts Trails Of Robots To Induct As Public Officer

To detect bad behaviour of people, Singapore has started a three-week trial of two robots, named Xavier, said the Country's Home Team Science and Technology Agency on September 5. Reportedly, Xavier will detect the behaviours such as breaking COVID-19 protocols, smoking in prohibited areas, improper parking of bicycles. ''The deployment of Xavier will support the work of public officers as it'll reduce the manpower,'' said the agency.

 

 

Tue, 07 Sep 2021 - 09:45 AM / by Shiksha Dev

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