Hotelslo hotels are already operating. But will they be standards in the coming years? Let’s take a closer look to find out. The Real Robot Hotels Hotel has dominated Japan for some time now. There is a human robot in the branch of the Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi, staff selling coffee makers in shops in Japan, and the National Institute of Rising Science and Innovation in robot and -duzi guides. Game mode in Japan for the first time will open soon, perhaps for robot croupiers who can. Meanwhile, people who want to play casino games like blackjack and roulette can play online at umo Cas モ カ ジ Cas (Casumo casino). With so many companies using robots in Japan, it would be surprising to know that the country has a hotel where employees work. The Henn Hotel and Hotel in Nagasaki has a front-facing dinosaur-controlled robot, multi-lingual multiplayer to handle customer requests, freight forwarders, and a robot that controls heating and interior lighting. The hotel also uses optical scanning technology for guests to open indoor rooms. But there is no restaurant or hotel in Japan with robots. They have begun to spread in countries around the world. Runners are especially popular in hotels in America. For example, in 2016, Hilton teamed up with IBM to create a live robot called Connie, named Hilton founder. Security guards working at a Virginia hotel can tell guests about something like a movie and a nearby restaurant. It is sponsored by Watson, IBM’s AI supercomputer. Meanwhile, in New York City, the Yotel Hotel is powered by a robotic vendor called Yobot.