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Amsterdam airport introduces robot guide

Still Waters

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Passengers at Amsterdam's Schiphol airport will be greeted by Spencer, a robot to help them navigate around the busy international terminals, from Monday morning.

Initiated by Dutch airline KLM to decrease the number of missed flights due to passengers getting lost, Spencer was built by university and corporate researchers from five different European countries, including Germany, France, Sweden, Switzerland and the Netherlands.


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If an airport terminal is so confusing that a robot is needed to facilitate traffic... something is wrong with the airport.

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I remember the nice young ladies at the bakery shops at Schiphol and I have to say that I dont want them to be

replaced by a bunch of twaddling C3PO fags. No. Never.

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