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Korobot

Brings the mail in or browses the library opening books and showing you. Then disinfects itself
 
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A stick figure robot, macro-controlled with delay via the cellular network that can do whatever CAN be done today with simple robots at a low cost. For short distance errands (from store to car, inside store, inside library, from yard to house). Version 0.99 of my Asimov 0.98: The carrying robot from 2011. (see link)

Disinfects itself automatically before entering home, or at designated points, so can be used to treat people confirmed to have the virus.

In order to overcome the problem of loosing cellular signal we come up with the next idea... Stay tuned.

pashute, Apr 16 2020

Asimov 0.98: The carrying robot [pashute, Apr 16 2020]

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       // people confirmed to have the virus //   

       How do you confirm people have "the" virus, since it mutates rapidly enough that serological tests become useless after a 21 day window ?
8th of 7, Apr 16 2020
  

       Not a spelling pedant but if there's a lesson I will teach before I die it is the difference in English between 'loosing' and 'losing.'
RayfordSteele, Apr 16 2020
  

       Well, it would be foolish not to get one. Without a gate, your suroa is going to just going to go running off down the street, and you're going to look very foolish.
8th of 7, Apr 16 2020
  
      
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