A 400-YEAR-OLD JAPANESE TEMPLE JUST INTRODUCED A ROBOTIC PRIEST

The devout droid preaches infinite wisdom in several languages.  Read more...More about Tech, Watercooler, Mashable Video, Religion, and Tech

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