Dyson is a new robot vacuum that looks a lot like a robot, but it’s actually an artificial intelligence.
Dyson was developed by the artificial intelligence startup Aisys.
It’s been in the works for a while, and the company’s CEO, Peter Shumlin, told me that the company is now aiming for a mass production version.
Shumlins company has raised a total of $2 million from companies including the Chinese company Xiaomi, and he expects that it will be available for sale by the end of the year.
Shums team has been working on a prototype for a few years now, but he’s had to learn a lot about designing a real robot vacuum to get it to work.
For one thing, it doesn’t come with an arm or a back, so the robot can’t reach through the floor.
Instead, it has two sensors: a light that shows when a person is looking down at it, and a camera that takes images of the floor and its surroundings.
Shrumlin told me he’s working on integrating a camera into the robot so that the user can see the floor, even when he’s not looking down.
The robot also has a screen that shows its surroundings to the user.
The screen is a bit bigger than the human eye, so it’s more comfortable for the user to look at than a traditional robot.
The design team is looking into using the robot to inspect furniture and even vacuum up spilled drinks, which are very messy to clean up.
Shummels team is also developing a smartphone app that lets people send the robot information about their home and work.
When the app goes live, it’ll let the user check on the progress of the robot, including where it’s been working, when it’s supposed to be coming in, and how many hours it’s expected to work on the job.
The app can be a little messy, but the company said that it’s designed to help users “focus on their work and take their time.”
Shumls team has also been working with robotics experts at MIT to develop a system that can sense how a person moves and adjust its movements accordingly, so that when it walks into a room it can get a better idea of what it’s expecting to find.
Shunghai-based Aisyn has also teamed up with MIT to create a prototype of a robot that can use magnets to track a person and determine if they’re actually trying to walk into a safe space.
The prototype, which is set to be used by the team in a study on the human body, is set up so that it can detect the person’s orientation, which means it can adjust its body position to get the most information.
When it’s set up, the prototype can detect that a person’s head is tilted, which can make the robot turn to face the person.
The project is still in the testing phase, but Aisym’s CEO told me the company plans to release the prototype as soon as it can.
It’ll be an interesting collaboration between two companies that both want to revolutionize the field of artificial intelligence, and Aissys has shown that it has the technical chops to make it happen.