Japanese have come up with a new hotel which will be fully equipped with robots instead of human staff. The Netherlands themed Huis Ten Bosch amusement park in Nagasaki is a new hotel which will have 72 rooms and will have robots all over for service.
The hotel will cost about $60 per night and the staff, who are robots, will be serving the guests, showing you the rooms and also respond to the body language and speech. They can not just work but can also make eye contact, blink and breath. The best part is that the robots will be able to speak various languages including English, Korean and Japanese.
The robots hired can carry baggage, clean the room and make tea/coffee. However, the staff will not be a hundred percent robots but will be accompanied with some human staff too for some time at least. Hideo Sawada, the president of Huis Ten Bosch in a news conference said, “In the future, we’d like to have more than 90 percent of hotel services operated by robots.”
Apart from the robots in hotels, the guests will be able to unlock their room with the help of facial recognition systems and the rooms will also be equipped with radiation panels. The radiation panels will be able to sense the body temperature and adjust the temperature accordingly.
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