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Laundroid the laundry-folding robot will take your (least-favourite) job | CBC

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09 October 2015



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A group of Japanese tech companies and unveiled their forthcoming “Laundroid” machine this week at the 2015 Combined Exhibition of Advanced Technologies (CEATEC) trade show in Japan.

In development by Panasonic, Daiwa House, and Seven Dreamers since 2008, this large, full-service laundry robot can reportedly wash, dry, sort and then fold your clothes perfectly based on what its AI determines each garment to be.

Hallie Siegel’s insight:
Busy job, busy life, two kids … I REALLY need one of these. But at that size, I’d have to park next to my self-driving car!




Hallie Siegel robotics editor-at-large
Hallie Siegel robotics editor-at-large





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