Students have stopped skipping breakfast when robots started delivering: The George Mason University story (15/18)

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Students in all places and all age groups are notorious for skipping breakfast, with a myriad of reasons to be used as an excuse, being lazy is definitely not counted among one of them.

Since robots started delivering food at a George Mason University’s school, additional 1500 breakfasts have been served autonomously in last two months.

“Research has shown that up to 88 percent of college students skip breakfast, primarily because of lack of time, but that number is starting to turn around when delivery robots arrive on campus.”