(Vancouver Sun) Once talk of science fiction, robots will soon be found in every home, says expert

Frederic Boisdron and his wife run their home with the help of 12 robots.

The robots do everything from cutting the grass to washing the windows. They even keep the cat’s litter box clean.

What they won’t be doing is looking after the couple’s first child when the baby is born in October. But by the time the Boisdrons are grandparents, their children could be enlisting robots to help look after them.

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2 comments on “(Vancouver Sun) Once talk of science fiction, robots will soon be found in every home, says expert

  1. APB says:

    They made a couple of TV series about this. It didn’t end well.

  2. Ross Gill says:

    Great as long as the robots remember Asimov’s three laws of robotics.