A company is offering a robot that can learn to be your personal assistant, with a new model that is expected to sell for $300.
Robots are expected to replace humans in many ways.
They are cheaper and can do more tasks at a time.
They can learn from humans.
They do not require a large, expensive office to run.
Robot technology has already started to improve in areas like speech recognition, self-driving cars, robotics, and artificial intelligence.
But robots that can be trained on humans can be dangerous.
In the U.S., robots have killed more people than any other type of lethal weapon.
In 2018, one person was killed and another was injured when a robot robot tried to attack a police officer at a New York City subway station.
The company behind the new model, DeepBot, says the new robot will be able to answer basic questions and help people get through the day.
But the company says it also wants to make it more personal.
It will be equipped with personal touchscreens and be able respond to your voice and respond to questions using the smart voice recognition technology that is already available in some consumer robots.
DeepBot has a few other features that are important to home automation.
The company says its robot can be programmed to do things like check your heating and lighting, do laundry, and even open doors.
The robot will also have a voice assistant that can read your handwriting and give you a personalized greeting.
The robots will be designed to respond to people by showing them a photo or other visual that they can click on to interact.
DeepBot’s robots are expected start shipping in 2021, and its product line is expected grow to more than 60 models.
This article was originally published by CNNMoney.
It was updated to include additional details.