European ride-hailing firm Bolt will start using self-driving robots to deliver customers food as part of a new partnership with fellow Estonian company Starship Technologies, announced yesterday. Bolt, one of Europes most highly valued tech companies, plans to roll out thousands of the robots across multiple countries, starting in its home city of Tallinn later this year. A competitor of Uber, Bolt has more than 100 million customers in Europe, Africa, West Asia, and Latin America. Starship, meanwhile, has completed 5 million commercial deliveries around the world, the first autonomous delivery company to do so. It is natural that two…

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