July 27, 2021

Samsung’s Robot Butler even fills and empties the dishwasher – News

Tech giant Samsung showed a glimpse of Bot Handy, a robot that helps you with the daily chores at home at the virtual edition of the CES electronics fair. Hate filling and emptying the dishwasher? Then read on!

Of course, Samsung will come to CES 2021 with new televisions, washing machines and refrigerators. But this time, the attention of the South Korean tech giant on the virtual trading floor was mainly focused on the Bot Care and Bot Handy: two robots that make the lives of home workers and other family members a lot easier.

Virtual meetings

Bot Care can best be described as a speech assistant in a robot jacket. It’ll keep you company when you’re working from home and will alert you when you’ve been in front of your screen too long, and could use a short break or even some stretching exercises. Bot Care also keeps track of your virtual meeting agenda and immediately contains all the hardware (a flip-out screen, camera, microphone) to attend the meetings.

Bot Handy goes one step further. Thanks to his human-like robot arm, he can literally lend a hand in the household. In a video from Samsung, we saw Bot Handy fill the dishwasher, throw a dirty towel in the laundry basket, clean up groceries, set the table and even pour a glass of wine without spilling! Through artificial intelligence, the robot can recognize, grasp and use numerous objects.

Spoiler alert: Bot Care and Bot Handy are not yet for sale, but are still in the development phase.

Seen at CES

The Consumer Electronics Show is one of the largest tech fairs in the world and a true mecca for lovers of gadgets and other electronics. The event takes place in Las Vegas every January, but this time it will take place virtually through a slew of online press conferences and product presentations. Data News closely follows all the news from the gambling city.

Of course, Samsung will come to CES 2021 with new televisions, washing machines and refrigerators. But this time, the attention of the South Korean tech giant on the virtual trading floor was mainly focused on the Bot Care and Bot Handy: two robots that make the lives of home workers and other family members a lot easier. like a voice assistant in a robot jacket. It’ll keep you company when you’re working from home and will alert you when you’ve been in front of your screen too long, and could use a short break or even some stretching exercises. Bot Care also keeps track of your virtual meeting agenda and immediately includes all the hardware (a pop-up screen, camera, microphone) to attend the meetings. Bot Handy goes one step further. Thanks to his human-like robot arm, he can literally lend a hand in the household. In a video from Samsung, we saw Bot Handy fill the dishwasher, throw a dirty towel in the laundry basket, clean up groceries, set the table and even pour a glass of wine without spilling! The robot can recognize, grasp and use numerous objects via artificial intelligence. Spoiler alert: Bot Care and Bot Handy are not yet for sale, but are still in the development phase.

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