The company revealed the bot ahead of its appearance at CES 2024, which it’s touting as an “all-around home manager and companion.”
In addition to serving as a remote monitoring system, LG says the bipedal bot can also interact with humans using voice and image recognition. Apparently, one of its abilities includes greeting users when they arrive home and playing music based on their detected mood.
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