The technology behind the autonomous home robot will soon allow it to become the norm in a new industry.
The robotic home, which could be a cheaper and more efficient alternative to building your own home, could soon become standard across the UK.
Robots are already available to house and protect pets in many parts of the country, and researchers have been working on a way to make them more powerful, versatile and affordable.
Now, researchers at University College London (UCL) are hoping to do the same for home-building robots.
The researchers have developed an autonomous, low-cost robot called ‘Robot 2.0’.
The robot is capable of controlling the movement of the walls, floor and ceilings, and will be capable of driving itself along the walls of rooms.
It also has the ability to control the behaviour of objects and can detect objects in its environment.
It can even be programmed to do other things, like open a door when there’s no one there to open it.
Professor Ian Roberts, the lead researcher on the project, told The Independent: “It’s basically an autonomous robot, but it’s able to be programmed for other things.
It can be programmed in a number of different ways.
We think that this will be a huge step in the right direction for a lot of the applications where robots will be used in a home.””
We’re hoping to build a range of robots which can work in this way.
We think that this will be a huge step in the right direction for a lot of the applications where robots will be used in a home.”
He added that the robot would be able “take over” the task of keeping a home tidy, adding that the technology would also be useful in industrial robots.
“We’re actually aiming for robots to take over most tasks in the home,” he said.
He said that there were a number challenges ahead of the robot’s release, but added: “If we’re able to make it work, it could be something that will make a significant difference to people’s lives.”