Lowe's Introduces Autonomous Service Robots to Retail Stores

Ecommerce companies already use robots for materials transport and picking orders , but brick-and-mortar stores don't want to be left out of the automation trend. Now Lowe's joins the growing list of retailers that are using artificial intelligence to help with both logistics and customer service. The home improvement store will start rolling out autonomous retail service robots to 11 California stores over the next seven months.

A customer service robot that looks like a kiosk inside a Lowe's

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