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  • Amazon delivery bots could make returns hassle-free
  • Amazon delivery bots could make returns hassle-free
    Victória Kubiaki (2019) ©
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Amazon delivery bots could make returns hassle-free

Amazon has filed a US patent for delivery robots that wait while shoppers try on clothes, and then return the unwanted products hassle-free. As online shopping continues to soar, people are looking to brands to make the returns process as seamless, efficient, and eco-friendly as possible.

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