By Rick Richardson
A world where contactless and socially distant solutions are preferred has set the stage for robots to rise to the occasion.
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The COVID-19 outbreak has given way to an era of innovation as entrepreneurs develop tools and services to meet new needs. Though there might have been concerns about automation and the future of work before the current health crisis, the pandemic has shown how robots are benefiting us while the world grapples with the novel coronavirus.