The Democratic Republic of Congo has gone futuristic, and it seems to be working out very well for them.
The country has employed robots in place of human traffic wardens, and it’s been quite a success.
Intersections have been reported to be safer for drivers and pedestrians and ongestion has also lessened where the robots are located.
The metallic humanoids are unable to accept or ask for bribes, so naturally corruption lessened in the city as well, something residents of Kinshasa greatly appreciate.
The robots were invented by a female engineer Thérèse Izay.