Local company files patent for cutting-edge robots

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In the wake of school shootings across the country, a local company has filed a patent for cutting-edge robots that can actually detect weapons.

The robots were developed by Intellitronix, a technology firm based in Eastlake to assist with curriculum at schools.

The company says the robots already had face recognition technology, and concern about mass shootings prompted programmers to add a weapon detection function.

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