Friday, April 12, 2024
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Uber Eats customers in Miami will now be able to have their groceries dropped off by a robot.

The company is partnering with Cartken, a maker of six-wheeled, autonomous sidewalk rovers, to make unmanned restaurant and grocery deliveries in the city starting Thursday.

Select businesses in Miami’s Dadeland area will be included in the program, which will expand to other parts of Miami-Dade County and additional cities next year. The companies didn’t say how many restaurants or robots will be involved.

Customers will be instructed to meet their delivery robot outside and will be able to unlock their meal using their phone.  


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