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High Impact Training: NACCU Style - How Robots have Impacted Student Life

Presented by Danny Anthes, Director of Technology Services, George Mason University

Food delivery robots have made an impact on student life at George Mason’s campus. We will explore the ways in which students, staff, and guest engage with Mason/s food delivery robots and their interactions. The robots have played a critical role in food delivery in our current environment. These delivery robots have changed student, staff, and guest engagement in variety of ways offer a method of food delivery with less contact. This presentation will look at these interactions between our guests and the delivery robots and the impact these have had on the community and student life.

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