Well, l guess I don't know what to say...not exactly a household object. I admire their ingenuity and willingness to experiment. Did they say how this was going to help mankind? I guess I have no imagination!! I want something that will scrub the floors for me, make the beds, change the linens, do the laundry and cook the evening meal. Not too much to ask!Have a happy week-end...enjoy life!
I remember thinking that it was an accomplishment to create a science experiment that demonstrated capillary action. Robots were out of mu league.
Ditto what Kate said Leif, I'm sure most women would say the same haha! Enjoy your weekend.
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Not science fiction anymore...
In Denmark there is some talk about using robots to solve some tasks at homes for the ealderly, because we will be in shortage of "warm hands" in the future.
Robot school projects are becoming the norm globally. In Indonesia, a few high schools are starting to introduce these projects to their students.
What is it with kids and robots? Just today my 8 year old grandson told me he was building a moving robot that would be half his size. One of my first TV memories is of I, Tobor (robot spelled backwards), the giant robot in the 1949-53 TV series "Captain Video and his Video Rangers."
«Louis» knows someone in the French Army who designs robots, some of which were used by NATO in Kosovo.
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