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Samsung’s new robotic vacuum cleaner looks after pets

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Samsung Electronics has introduced a new robot vacuum cleaner model in South Korea – Bespoke Jet Bot AI Robot Vacuum Cleaner.

The new robot vacuum cleaner has enhanced cleaning capabilities using an artificial intelligence system. It is capable of recognizing objects with high accuracy. As the developers note, the “training” was carried out on more than a million images. The vacuum cleaner “recognizes” various household appliances and furniture such as TVs, air conditioners, refrigerators, beds, sofas and so on, and the device can also recognize small objects such as feces, socks, electrical wires and glass cups.

Jet Bot AI uses Intel’s Movidius AI solution to deliver accurate object recognition. The vacuum cleaner is able to recognize obstacles at a distance of 1 cm and a height of 1 cm. For this, the vacuum cleaner has a pair of cameras and a lidar.

Samsung's new robotic vacuum cleaner looks after pets

Control by voice commands is supported. For example, you can command: “Take away around the TV.” The vacuum cleaner can recognize the type of coverage and automatically select the desired cleaning mode. It is possible to automatically clean the dust container when filling or after cleaning.

However, the main highlight of the device was its ability to look after pets. The vacuum cleaner is programmed to recognize unusual animal behavior, such as loud barking or prolonged lack of movement. In this case, the user will receive a notification on the smartphone.

There is also a built-in speaker with which the vacuum cleaner can play music for pets. Samsung was helped by the Korean pet app developer Ajinyangi. The vacuum cleaner is loaded with 20 melodies that can be played in random order.

The Bespoke Jet Bot AI Robot Vacuum Cleaner is available in five color options and costs almost $ 1,500.

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