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GROCERY ROBOTS DETECT SPILLS - WITH SOME FAR-OFF HUMAN HELP

A wheeled robot named Marty is rolling into nearly 500 grocery stores to alert employees if it encounters spilled granola, squashed tomatoes or a broken jar of mayonnaise.

But there could be a

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