Robot Butlers Operated By Remote Workers Are Coming To Do Your Chores

Japanese startup Mira Robotics will charge $225 a month for a remotely operated robot helper

Story by James Vincent, The Verge

For pretty much as long as robots have existed, humans have wanted robot butlers: autonomous machines that do our bidding around the home. But our imagination exceeds our technological capabilities, and the closest we’ve come to building Rosie the Robot is either specialized machines like robot vacuum cleaners or voice-activated gadgets like Amazon’s Alexa.

One Japanese startup thinks it can change this by dislodging a core tenet of home robotics: instead of having software control the machines, it wants humans to do it.

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