Stop & Shop has deployed about 500 robots in its stores, helping to normalize robots in public places — and raising questions about jobs and privacy in the process. It was just a scrap of paper on the floor of a Stop & Shop supermarket in Quincy, near the produce section. But for Marty, no matter how small the scrap, it was one piece too many. At the sight of it, Marty froze and called for backup.
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