"There is a sector of people that are concerned about robots and I think that it is very important to listen to them and to get their feedback on everything. but robots are going to happen."
San Jose-based Kiwibot has plans to roll out hundreds of food delivery robots in Los Angeles over the next year. Senior Reporter Ben Bergman reports on how the droids could reshape food delivery.
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