Pepper the humanoid robot, developed by SoftBank Group Corp., stands at the Pepper World 2016 event in Tokyo, Japan, in January. SoftBank opened an application store for its Pepper robots this week, allowing business customers to download software and put the humanoid machines to work.
Pepper the humanoid robot, developed by SoftBank Group Corp., stands at the Pepper World 2016 event in Tokyo, Japan, in January. SoftBank opened an application store for its Pepper robots this week, allowing business customers to download software and put the humanoid machines to work. Tomohiro Ohsumi Bloomberg
Pepper the humanoid robot, developed by SoftBank Group Corp., stands at the Pepper World 2016 event in Tokyo, Japan, in January. SoftBank opened an application store for its Pepper robots this week, allowing business customers to download software and put the humanoid machines to work. Tomohiro Ohsumi Bloomberg

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