The robots of CES are a joke
By Jack Morse 2018-01-13 02:43:24 UTC
The robots of the future are always understanding things.
This was the overwhelming recipe of CES the world’s largest technology convention, which was held last week in Las Vegas. From a folding robot who could not fold the linen to an AI-powered assistant who refused to help  a cleaning lady who continued to make things fall, the dream of robotic friends who make our lives easier is clearly far away.
But apparently, nobody bothered to communicate this fact to exhibitors and companies by presenting their latest contributions to the utopian illusion powered by the technology that is CES. Industry giants and niche manufacturers have demonstrated a series of robots that, although generally packaged, have failed to deliver on their fundamental promises – no matter what. he is coming.
in 2015 The Intelligent Rolling Robot is “meant to do everything your Amazon Echo device would do,” said a product representative. And although Buddy can tell you the time like Echo, we do not think that an Echo would try to flee you – something that Buddy really tried to do to this same representative at CES Unveiled