How Dyson Plans To Replace Human Workers With Household Robots
The company has committed £5m to domestic robotics development over the next five years.
Dyson recently announced plans to invest £5m in a robotics lab at Imperial College, London, emphasizing on vision systems that will increase robots' sensitivity to their environments. These robots will be able to better understand and adapt to their surroundings, and could increasingly help make human life easier.
The company said this will be a five-year investment, and is going to be under the guidance of Sir Jams Dyson, who has been working on robotics with Imperial's Prof Andrew Davison since 2005.