World Bulletin / News Desk
Turkey's first factory which will produce human-like robots opened on Saturday in central Anatolian province Konya.
AkinRobotics, a humanoid robotics factory, was established by AkinSoft software company.
The factory has started mass production, said AkinSoft Board Chairman Ozgur Akin, speaking at the inauguration ceremony, which was attended by employees and technology enthusiasts.
He added that none of the robot factories around the world have yet started mass production.
The new generation human-robots -- named "Ada GH5" -- will be programmed for use at malls, fairs, airports, hospitals, and even at homes, Akin said.
AkinSoft, which started operating in 1995, has around 2,000 solution partners in 28 countries and is regarded as the pioneer of software in Turkey.
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