An algorithm that predicts which items you will want to buy based on your shopping habits has now been built by a Dutch robotics company.
The company, Dantel Detayla, says its algorithm will help the robot make decisions about whether to buy something based on what you’ve already bought.
The idea is that, instead of searching for products on Amazon, the robot will buy what it needs, then sell it to its buyers.
It will then make a profit on the sale, as well as its purchases.
Dantels research has shown that people often spend far more on products they don’t actually need than on those they do, and this is the sort of thing that a robot can learn to make good use of.
DANTEL DETAYLA has also been using the technology to test a new kind of home automation system, dubbed Nest.
This type of system is similar to the ones used in some home security systems, and it lets you turn on the lights or the oven when you need them, and will also send an email when the alarm goes off.
The technology also includes a camera, a motion sensor, and sensors for detecting whether you’re in a room or not.
Dont get too excited yet, though.
This is still in development, and the company says it is still looking for funding to help fund its research.
This article was updated on January 26th to reflect Dantell Detayula’s new robot.