Robotics company Bossa Nova raises $17.5 mln round, but don’t expect them to replace humans

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A Walmart employee walks alongside a robot as it analyzes the store's shelves. Photo courtesy of Bossa Nova.
Robotics company Bossa Nova today announced it has raised $17.5 million in a Series B funding round led by Paxion Capital Partners, as the company deploys a fleet of its autonomous robots in Walmart stores nationwide. The new round brings the ...

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