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  • Robots deliver Domino's down under
  • Robots deliver Domino's down under
    Domino's (2016) ©

Robots deliver Domino's down under

From UberEATS to Deliveroo, on-demand food delivery services are part of an increasingly competitive market. In Australia, the pizza restaurant and takeaway market reached $4 billion in 2015, and the country's biggest chain, Domino’s, is now set to deliver pizza by robot. 



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