Clobotics COO & Co-Founder Claire Chen talks to CNBC about the company’s computer vision, AI, and data analytics technology.

But how does Clobotics differentiate itself in an emerging marketplace?

“We are more focused on solving the last-mile problem for the business.”

Watch the entire interview: http://ow.ly/uJXs50xWv9T

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