Students at the University of California, Los Angeles can now have pizza, coffee and groceries ferried to their dorms via six-wheeled autonomous robots.
Starship Technologies, a San Francisco-based robotic food delivery service launched in 2014 by two Skype co-founders, announced Wednesday it is adding the leafy Westwood campus to its roster of delivery locations after raising an additional $17 million in funding. The company started operating at the University of California, Irvine, last year.
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