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Can robots run hotels better than people? We may find out, says tourism expert. (Read
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|"Dr. Yeoman is 20 years too late for a 50 year prediction... I predict that in 25 years hotel will need robots to cope with lack of cheap labor imported from developing countries."
(Yossi Preminger 8/19/2009 8:31:44 AM)
|"Human beings already prefer objects made by robots; we appreciate their total attention to the smallest details. It's not impossible to conceive of human beings developing a preference for robot-provided services for the same reason."
(Bill Christensen 8/19/2009 10:29:40 AM)
|"Bring on Westworld"
(Peter Jacobs 8/19/2009 6:21:47 PM)
|"Mexcans will always be cheaper than Robits."
(Chrill Bistensen 8/19/2009 11:36:48 PM)
|"Here's an example of a move in this direction which also caters to hotelier's secret passion: price gouging.
A poolside vending machine selling swimming apparel.
(Yossi Preminger 8/20/2009 2:32:54 AM)
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