Japanese company developing drone to combat workaholics

The drone, by Taisei, will reportedly play Scottish folk song Auld Lang Syne whenever it's time for employees to go home.

    2017/12/12

NSFW    TOKYO — Japanese security firm Taisei is working on a music drone to help curb the crazy overtime Japan office workers put in.

The drone, by Taisei, will reportedly play Scottish folk song Auld Lang Syne whenever it is time to go home. The song is also used by Japanese stores to indicate its closing time, reported the BBC. As if that wasn't enough, the drone will also be kitted out with video cameras to record anyone working late.

Auld Lang Syne was penned by Scottish poet Robert Burns in 1788.
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