Dignity Kitchen founder Koh Seng Choon (right) with paraplegic Eddie Lau (on the tablet screen) who operates Temi, the robot, remotely. Photo: May Tse
Dignity Kitchen founder Koh Seng Choon (right) with paraplegic Eddie Lau (on the tablet screen) who operates Temi, the robot, remotely. Photo: May Tse
Robotics

These robots in hotels and restaurants are controlled by real people – how remote jobs are giving 2 paraplegic Hongkongers a new lease of life

  • Paraplegics Kwan Siu-fai and Eddie Lau remotely operate customer service robots at a restaurant and a Hyatt hotel, taking orders and directing guests
  • It’s part of Project Dignity, created by Singaporean engineer and entrepreneur Koh Seng Choon who was inspired by the movie Avatar

Topic |   Robotics
Dignity Kitchen founder Koh Seng Choon (right) with paraplegic Eddie Lau (on the tablet screen) who operates Temi, the robot, remotely. Photo: May Tse
Dignity Kitchen founder Koh Seng Choon (right) with paraplegic Eddie Lau (on the tablet screen) who operates Temi, the robot, remotely. Photo: May Tse
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