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Submission + - Robots Debut in Japanese Theater Production (

An anonymous reader writes: BBC News and CNET Cutting Edge are reporting on a new play starring at Osaka University, in which two Mitsubishi Wakamaru robots interact with human actors and move around the stage. Named "Hataraku Watashi" ("I, Worker"), the play is authored by Oriza Hirata, a renowned playwright. It focuses on a robot who complains about his boring and demeaning jobs.
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Robots Debut in Japanese Theater Production

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