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In this Tokyo cafe, the waiters are robots operated remotely by people with disabilities

The pop-up restaurant is enjoying enormous popularity. Image: REUTERS/Yuya Shino

Sean Fleming
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 Chips on the side: OriHime-D at work taking food orders.
Chips on the side: OriHime-D at work taking food orders. Image: Ori Research Institute
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Kentaro ‘Ory’ Yoshifuji (rear, centre) and other members of the Dawn ver.β cafe team. Image: Ori Research Institute
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