A university in Japan determined a manner to perform commencement ceremonies without breaking social distance amid the COVID-19 pandemic, in line with a story published on the college blog.
And it includes robots.
The Business Breakthrough University (BBT University) held a graduation ceremony on Mar. 28 on the Hotel Grand Palace, in Chiyoda, Tokyo, reports the website.
While the arena practices social distancing to slash the unfold of the radical coronavirus, nominal ceremonies like weddings, birthday parties, and now commencement ceremonies are being reinvented with the useful resource of technology.
Instead of attending their rite, these pupil graduates in Japan remotely operated “newme” robots that accepted certificates of graduation on behalf in their human avatars.