Of those who said they’d be very excited to utilize the services of a robot in a hotel, 62.7 percent were between the ages of 18 and 34. The overwhelming majority of respondents who said they were not excited about utilizing such a robot - 69.6 percent - were above the age of 45. Seventy seven percent of those who said they would choose a hotel with a robot over one without one were between the age of 18 and 34. Taylor Short, a market research associate at Software Advice, who conducted the survey this September, chalked the differences up to the unique desires of different generations. “If you can set millennials up in a hotel staffed by robots that’s something they can share on Facebook and Twitter,” Short said. “Something that creates a story that they can share with people whereas maybe baby boomers and older groups are looking for the classically high-end luxury hotel with the elaborate ballroom.” Get the full story at The Washington Post