Ford is Testing a Two-legged Delivery Robot That Brings Parcels to Your Doorstep

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If we want to fully automate deliveries, we'll have to come up with a way to get packages from the self-driving vehicles to the doorstep. Ford and Agility Robotics teamed up to do exactly that – finally solve the last mile delivery problem. Digit is a two-legged, headless robot that unfolds itself from the back of a self-driving van and brings your parcel to your doorstep. ► Subscribe for more tech & culture videos: http://on.mash.to/subscribe ◄ MORE FROM MASHABLE * Tricking iPhone Facial Recognition: http://bit.ly/2M85wSJ * Hands-on with iPhone XS Max: http://bit.ly/2VXPf7j * Programmer Paid College Tuition with Roblox Game: http://bit.ly/2ExaUZ4 * LA Throws 96 Million ‘Shade Balls’: http://bit.ly/2KabakH Technologic: http://bit.ly/2K4jn9N Best of Mashable: http://bit.ly/2HzchZk MASHABLE ACROSS THE WEB  Mashable.com: http://on.mash.to/1hCcRpl  Facebook: http://on.mash.to/2lyOwmZ Twitter: http://on.mash.to/1Udp1kz Instagram: http://on.mash.to/1U6D40z Mashable is for superfans. We're not for the casually curious. Obsess with us. #robot #tech #ford

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