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Security company is replacing a mall robot that fell into a fountain to the Internet’s delight | New York Times

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19 July 2017



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This is probably not the security droid we’re looking for. The egg-shaped robot, known as the K5 Autonomous Data Machine, drew sympathy and jeers on Monday after it stumbled down a set of steps and into a fountain at Washington Harbour, an office and retail complex in the Georgetown neighborhood of D.C. The photos were widely shared.

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