A look into the Jetsons future featuring:
The robot bartender (yes, robots again). Scroll down:
Plus, as Virgin hatches plans for a new space travel concept, warning, watch those implants:
Researchers at MIT are refining software that analyzes facial expressions, looking for signs of boredom or irritation. They've suggested a likely use for this is for autistic people who have trouble reading facial cues, but Nora thinks it would work as part of a plan to make sociable avatars & bots
Plus, too busy to drink coffee? Try the buzzaire
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