Proving that our distaste for household chores knows no bounds, people have been dreaming about robots that can do our housework for more than half a century.
From Rosie the Robot, who served the Jetsons in the 1960s, to Bender in Futurama, domestic robots have long been a mainstay of science fiction. Until recently, such autonomous and interactive robots were confined to the realm of imagination.
The majority of domestic robots that have made their way into our homes so far are relatively "mindless" creations designed to perform a single function. The most ubiquitous example is the ...
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