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Japanese Cafe Employs Paralysed People As Waiters

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This month a Dawn Ver Beta cafe was opened up Tokyo, Japan for two weeks. It used Orly Lab’s robots to serve customers and the most brilliant part about the cafe is that all of the robots were remotely controlled by severely disabled people, for the sole purpose of helping disabled people gain more independence in their lives.

https://www.boredpanda.com/disabled-people-robot-dawn-ver-beta-cafe-orby-lab-japan/?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=BPFacebook&fbclid=IwAR0562Koq2sr8PctecbQw5V98SEn0Q8Kcvwob3m3nlcTTMeQ3TP-AswSud4
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What do you think of this? Do you think this is a great initiative for disabled people?
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Japan - Where being paralyzed doesn't mean you don't have to work.
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Trust me - although 'not being able to work' sounds like a dream having a job actually does wonders for people's mental health.
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They don’t HAVE to work. It’s that the Japanese think every life has value. They are pro life not just pro birth.
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A fantastic way of making paralyzed people feel useful and worthy. We should remember that these people have a functioning mind on a body which doesn't move. I can't imagine worse torture than that.
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We should remember that these people have a functioning mind on a body which doesn't move. I can't imagine worse torture than that.
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This is an episode of black mirror waiting to happen.
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I love this idea. I have a friend who is paralysed, he always want to work in some way. This could give meaning to many people.
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I’m not paralyzed but I love staying in bed all day. Where and how do I apply for this job??
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Too bad if this were brought to America, there would still be people saying"They're taking our jobs!!
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Wow, technology actually being used for something good and beneficial to the human race. It's a rare thing these days.
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Great, once America gets ahold of this, they’ll find a way to make even the paralyzed still work for shitty hours and shitty tips and therefore say “you can work so we’re taking away your disability income”.
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