Weilan’s latest creation can be assigned to safeguard people and properties, patrol communities, guide blind people and inspect high-risk places including machinery and pipes, and even undertake rescues.
“We are aware that our plan is crazy and absurd by any reasonable standard, but we are going to work really hard to make it happen,” says the company on its website.
“And the work we do will benefit humanity as well as people’s daily lives from Day One.”
Robots are already used to deliver parcels, serve in restaurants, offer information at stations and even take throat swabs for COVID-19 tests.
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