Samsung launched AI-powered Robot butlers aka the Samsung Bots Handy and Care at the 2021 Consumer Electronics Show (CES).
Samsung showed its AI-power at the 2021 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) by showing the Samsung Bots Handy and Care. The event lets tech companies unleash a deluge of wild, creative, innovative, and sometimes downright silly ideas on to the general public. The Samsung Bot Handy is wired to become your own personal AI-powered housekeeper and is the perfect example of the kind of inventions displayed at CES.
These AI-robots can not only clean up messy rooms in the house but also set the table, and pour wine. According to Samsung, Handy and Care can clean up messy rooms, put away groceries, set a table, or even carry dishes from the sink to the dishwasher. The technology is such that the robots rely on AI to recognize and pick up objects of varying sizes, shapes, and weights. It can detect the item’s material composition and use the right amount of force to grab it. Though it is relatively slow in moving it more than makes up for that by fully automating household chores many of us would rather not do.
Wouldn’t we all love the easy way of life and someone doing all the boring work around the house? Not get up for even a glass of wine, doesn’t that sound fancy? But it’s not always a good idea to take CES reveals at face value. While Samsung does claim to have this technology working in its own test settings. But that doesn’t mean we’re all going to be able to go out and buy one of these household bots anytime soon. No matter how much we might want to.
Regardless, Handy and Care are exciting glimpses of AI’s future. And it also gives us an idea of what more is possible in our future for real.