Ukrainian logistics company Nova Poshta in partnership with creative agency Postmen represented the world-first robot-librarian NP Lukash within the exhibition Lesya Ukrainka: 150 Names which is part of an art project dedicated to the 150th anniversary of the prominent Ukrainian writer and public figure.
NP Lukash performed duties as a librarian on the first floor of the exhibition of the Ukrainian House in Kyiv. To start an interaction with a robot, you need to scan QR-code, open the site or download the application and answer 4 simple questions. After receiving the answers, Lukash analyzed them and selected individually the appropriate book for each person. Visitors of the exhibition had a chance to take a book from the wheelchair and read it in the lounge zone. After reading the book could be left on the table, and NP Lukash picked it up later.