If you're too lazy to sweep or clean up your room. LG's new robovac can handle all that efficiently.
With improved sensor technologies, robovacs can intelligently spot and avoid obstacles well before a collision occurs, and LG’s new autonomous cleaner goes a step further by interacting with humans it encounters.
The same way your dad used to tell you to lift your feet while he was vacuuming the living room, LG’s new robot vacuum will recognize and politely ask you to get out of its way so it can continue on cleaning the floors. If you refuse to move, the robot will remember the exact spot you were standing or sitting and ensure that the spot gets cleaned later, but by not moving you’re just limiting its battery life and cleaning range.
Using deep learning technology, LG’s new robovac can spot, recognize, and learn how to deal with obstacles appropriately. The edges of your living room are usually littered with power cords, so over time LG’s new robovac will learn to avoid them to prevent wires from getting wrapped up in its roller brush.
I don't know about the pricing and availability yet, but while LG’s new robovac is entering an already crowded market and it seems like the company is really pushing the technologies forward so that one day you won’t have to spend time watching a robot vacuum while it’s trying to make your life easier.
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