A NEW RoboCop-style Covid bot can hunt down people breaking social-distancing rules.
The surveillance creation could help reduce the spread of the virus and also aid contact tracing, say scientists.
They explained how the machine detects people in crowds who are not observing social-distancing rules.
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Star lines up all-action dance
HOLE LOTTA LOVE
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