Robots will now perform your household tasks – Dyson’s latest invention

Dyson is inventing Robots that can do your Household Tasks

Dyson, the British vacuum cleaner company, is eyeing up a future where robots can do your household chores. The company has filed several patents for robotic technology that could help people in their household chores such as laundry, cleaning, and even cooking.

Dyson says that the technology could be used in future products or services, but is first looking to develop it as a standalone product.

We are developing technology that could enable robots to do household chores, such as laundry and cleaning

Said Dyson CEO James Dyson in a statement.

Dyson has shown a series of prototype robots it is working on. The company has also plans to employ hundreds of engineers over the next five years to create robots that can do home tasks. The photos are meant to demonstrate the robots’ fine motor abilities, with arms capable of pulling dishes out of a drying rack, cleaning a sofa, or picking up a child’s toy.

Dyson will launch robots in 2030

The company, which is best known for its vacuum cleaners, claims to be working on an autonomous device capable of home duties and other jobs. The company claims that such a gadget might be available by 2030. It comes more than a decade after the Dyson 360 Eye robot vacuum cleaner. That is the company’s first robotic gadget, which was unveiled in 2014. Dyson has long said that AI and robots are important to its future offerings.

This was announced with a prominent “Start your Dyson career” link towards the top of Dyson’s press release. The announcement was timed to coincide with the International Conference on Robotics and Automation in Philadelphia. According to the business, it is now conducting the “biggest engineering recruiting drive in its history.

The company is now hiring 250 robotics engineers with experience in computer vision, machine learning, sensors, and mechatronics. The company aims the goal of hiring 700 more in the next five years. Dyson claims that it has already hired 2,000 new staff this year.

Jake Dyson also added that this is a ‘big bet’ on future robotic technology. He further added that this will drive research across the whole of Dyson. The areas that he mentioned includes mechanical engineering, vision systems, machine learning, and energy storage. That’s where Dyson is looing forward to excel and beet gain a competitive edge.

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