In pictures: CeBIT 2017

The 2017 CeBIT will run from March 20-24.
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The robot 'Nao' performs Tai Chi at the IBM stand at the CeBIT 2017 Technology Trade Fair in Hanover, Germany. 'Nao' has a face detection and can either play football, teach Tai Chi or just entertain. (Getty Images)
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German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (R) visit a booth with a robotic arm picking up sushis as they tour the CeBIT technology fair at its opening day on March 20, 2017 in Hanover, Germany. (ODD ANDERSEN/AFP/Getty Images)
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A TV team interviews a robot at the Tanscorp stand at the CeBIT technology fair in Hannover. The Digital Business fair CEBIT in Hanover with Japan as partner country runs from March 20 until March 24. (ODD ANDERSEN/AFP/Getty Images)
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Visitors watch a movie wearing Virtual Reality (VR) glasses at the German firm Evrbit booth at the CeBIT technology fair in Hannover. (ODD ANDERSEN/AFP/Getty Images)
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Visitors are seen crowding at the CeBIT technology fair in Hanover, Germany. (ODD ANDERSEN/AFP/Getty Images)
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The bus 'Olli', an autonomous transportation system, is presented at the IBM stand at the CeBIT 2017 Technology Trade Fair in Hanover, Germany. 'Olli' is the first self-driving commuter bus using a cloud-based system and can carry 12 passengers. (Getty Images)
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Two drones for farmers are presented at the CeBIT 2017 Technology Trade Fair in Hanover, Germany. (Getty Images)
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The Swiss Post Smartshuttle, an autonomous electric transportation system, is presented at the CeBIT 2017 Technology Trade Fair in Hanover, Germany. The Swiss Post Smartshuttle has a top speed of 20 Km/H, holds 11 passengers and was tested as a pilot project in Switzerland. (Getty Images)
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The robot 'Pepper' speaks with visitors at the IBM stand at the CeBIT 2017 Technology Trade Fair in Hanover, Germany. 'Pepper' has a face detection and is either used to greet Hotel guests during arrival or can be personalized by his owner to help in the household. (Getty Images)