The orders of the world’s largest food courier company Uber Eats will be delivered in Tokyo, the capital of Japan, by small six-wheeled robots that will start working at the end of March.

The Japanese market is the first attempt at international expansion for Uber Eats’ autonomous delivery service.

The six-wheeled courier robots are manufactured by Oakland-based artificial intelligence company Cartken and controlled by Mitsubishi Electric. Courier robots are becoming more and more popular around the world, but they still need a team of human workers to make the system work.

Source: The Verge