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The robots are coming, but people don't seem to be panicking. That's because they're bringing food. Rovers at the University of Houston created by Starship Technologies make it easier for students to get fed without having to travel. The popular service comes with an additional $1.99 charge on your order, but it's been worth the cost to those who use the service, like Sadie Garcia, who was in desperate need of a bagel sandwich. InsideEdition.com’s Mara Montalbano has more.
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