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A robot barista that takes orders, makes coffee, and delivers drinks to customers is being used in South Korea to help with social distancing

Robot cafe South KoreaREUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji

Robot baristas are being used in South Korea to help with social distancing. 
The new robot can take orders, make 60 different types of coffee, and serve drinks to customers at their seats.
In a two-storey cafe in South Korea, where this robot is being used, only one human employee was required to be there.
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The new robot barista at the cafe in Daejeon, South Korea is courteous and swift as it seamlessly makes its way towards customers.

“Here is your Rooibos almond tea latte, please enjoy. It’s even better if you stir it,” it says, as a customer reaches for her drink on a tray installed within the large, gleaming white capsule-shaped computer.See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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How to use Edge’s tools to protect your privacy while browsing

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Version 80 of Microsoft’s Edge browser, now based on the Chromium source code, launched on January 15th, and with it came an increased focus on privacy.

Edge includes tools to block both first-party cookies (used to keep you logged in or remember the items in your shopping cart) and third-party tracking cookies (used to keep track of your browsing activity). Below are instructions on how to change your settings, see what trackers are stored on your browser, and delete any cookies. We also address how Edge deals with fingerprinting, another method of tracking which identifies users by collecting details about their system configuration.

Deal with trackers

The new version of Edge blocks trackers by default using one of three different…

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