Posted February 20, 2019 05:14:38A robot that will be able to take out a million or more dollars in just a matter of hours is about to hit the market.
Robot maker iRobot is aiming to release its robot, dubbed the RoboKitty, on the open market on Friday, February 27.
It has already won over investors, with the robot, which is currently undergoing testing at the company’s research lab in Menlo Park, California, being accepted for the DARPA Robotics Challenge, a competition in which companies compete to build a robot capable of performing tasks for $100,000.
At the heart of RoboKitties autonomous systems is a large, 2,000-square-foot robot arm, which it has designed to take down objects with precision.
This arm is the same type used by the robotic arms of some of the most successful super-smart, super-efficient robots in history, including the Bionic Man and the Black Widow.
According to iRobots website, the RoboRats arm has been built using 3D printing technology to produce a fully functional arm.
To assemble RoboKittens, iRobotics engineers took apart a prototype that it made a few years ago, and then went through a series of stages to perfect its design.
After the initial stage, the arm has to withstand high pressures and temperatures, which makes it more robust and easier to move around the robot.
In order to get the RoboMats arm working, iROT was able to use the same technology as the robot arm that has been used to kill millions of dollars in cash from casinos and high-tech fraudsters, like the Silk Road.
iRobot plans to make the RoboKatz arm available to the public starting on Friday.
The robot arm is expected to be fully autonomous, meaning that it will take on the tasks of a human operator at any time.
Although the RoboShark robot has been known to make money in casinos, it will be controlled by a computer system, and not the human operator, so it will not be able use the robotic arm for any criminal activities.
Its most obvious application will be as a self-driving car.
iRobotic says it will make the robot capable enough to take the wheel in a low-stress environment.
Once the RoboPets arm can be fully functional, the company will start using the RoboKit robot arm as a stand-alone robotic arm to test out its new system.
As an added bonus, the robotic kit will allow users to test their robot at home without needing to visit a real lab.
However, the robot itself will be sold separately and is not part of the iRobOT launch.
With its price tag, RoboKitten sounds like a high-stakes proposition for a company that has already been trying to build its first robot.
The company recently raised $2.5 million in a Series A funding round, which was led by Goldman Sachs.
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