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September 25, 2021
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Japan’s ‘Strange Hotel’: First Hotel to Be Run By Robots


The Prediction of the future of a World run by robotic technology is now becoming a reality and it is not very far from Papua New Guinea. 

First, the Restaurant in China’s Kunshan City was revealed last year to be run by a second generation of robots, 15 Wall-E looking robots to be exact with a handful of Humans.

Now, reports have confirmed that, Japan recently opened ‘Henn-na’ Hotel, roughly translated to be The ‘Strange’ Hotel in Nagasaki, that has now become the first ever Hotel to be staffed by Humanoid Robots, who are gimmicking all roles practiced by Humans, and adding more supposedly to make a guest’s stay even better.

When a guest arrives for Check-In, they are said to be met by a multi-lingual humanoid and dinosaur receptionists.

As the Hotel takes their customer service clearly, the lobby will have robots to greet the guests, serve them coffee and entertain them in the form of printing out photos on the spot. Also the Robots act as concierge, carrying luggage to the room which are also said to be opened by face-recognition technology.

A small robot in each room will also be there to control lighting and other features through voice-command technology.

Reports state that Hideo Sawada, who runs the hotel as part of an amusement park argues that these robots are not to gimmick, rather attempt to solve the serious issue of cutting down costs and utilising technology to achieve efficiency.

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