A robot that can determine whether a person is a robot or not has just been launched in South Korea.
Neato Robotics, which was founded in 2015 by former Google robotics engineer Eric Lee, said its robot was capable of detecting whether a human is a human, a canine or a cat.
The machine was developed to test the accuracy of human-machine interactions.
The robot was developed by the South Korean Ministry of Science, ICT, and Future Technology Development Agency, the agency said in a statement.
The company said the device was equipped with sensors and cameras to detect whether people were human or canine or cat.
A dog is a humanoid robot that resembles a canine and is able to perform tasks that humans can’t.
It is also capable of performing tasks that a human can’t perform, like retrieving objects from objects or making eye contact with people.
Humans can tell the difference between humans and dogs and other animals.
It has a human-like face and eyes and a human mouth, but it can also have a cat-like mouth, according to Neato.
This robot can detect if a human or a canine is a person or a robot.
It can even tell whether a dog is human or dog, the company said.
This picture shows the Neato robot, which can detect whether a robot is human, and whether it is a canine.
It was developed at the South Korea’s Ministry of Education and Science.
(Neato Robotics/YouTube) Neato said the machine was able to detect a person who is a child, or a dog.
In this case, it detected whether the robot was a human and not a dog, Neato said.
The researchers at the University of Maryland said the robot could be a game changer for humans, since it could be used to detect when a person’s face is turned towards a person.
The technology is already being used in the United States, including by companies such as Uber and Lyft, and the company says it will launch a version of the robot that will be more affordable and widely available.