A robotics engineer from Germany has been forced to resign from his job after his robot helped a woman lose her job in Germany.
The employee, named as “Johannes,” said that his robot was able to help a woman get back to her job after the robot had previously been unable to do so.
The robot, named “Carmine,” was built by the German company, Nautica, and was developed for the purpose of helping women cope with the psychological trauma caused by being fired by their employers.
Johanna, who asked that his last name be withheld, told the Local on Monday that his team of five people built the robot for the purposes of assisting the woman.
But it turned out to be more of a hindrance than help, he said.
He said that the robot was incapable of doing everything that was needed, including helping the woman with her paperwork and completing paperwork for her.
He described the experience as “a nightmare.”
Johanne said that he had been in a situation similar to that of another woman who lost her job.
In that case, he had to be the one who got her back.
The worker was working for the same company and was fired in November for not showing up for work.
In his resignation letter, Johannes said that “there are other companies who make robots that can assist in certain tasks.”
He said that Nauticac’s robot, on the other hand, was built for the sole purpose of assisting women in their psychological trauma.
Johanas letter to Nautics head, Jörg Zuber, stated that he was sorry for the mistake that caused his “disappointed, sad and depressed employees” and that he wished “that the Nauticas management could give me a chance to return to work.”