IBM has unveiled a new robot that could revolutionize how robots are built and used in the United States.
The robot, called the Universal Robots, is a humanoid robot with the ability to talk, respond to commands, and act autonomously.
It has been designed by the company to address a need that has been plaguing the robotics industry for years: the need to train robots for different tasks and responsibilities.
The Universal Robots will be a key part of IBM’s new robot-training program.
The company says that its robotic technology will be “truly transformative,” and that its Universal Robots are “designed to address many of the human-to-robot interactions that have been problematic for decades,” including “automation and social interaction, such as sharing and sharing, learning, and learning to do things together.”
The company will be unveiling the Universal Robot at the annual CES conference in Las Vegas, and it will also be featured in an IBM-produced video game, called Universal Robots and the World of Robot.
The game features a robot called the RoboCop.IBM says the Universal Robos will be available to the public as soon as next year, and the company will offer its robot for free to schools and universities, for use in teaching robots.
It will be the first time a company has offered a humanoid, machine-learning robot as a product for schools.
The robotic platform for schools will be an IBM subsidiary, the Watson Robotics Group.
The Watson Robotics group, founded by IBM CEO Ginni Rometty, has developed robotics technologies that include the Roomba vacuum and the robot vacuum.
The company also makes a humanoid robotics platform called Watson.
The RoboCop robot was unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vacas in November.
It features a robotic arm and a human-like face that can recognize people by the way they talk.
It is based on the Roamproove robot that was launched in 2015.
The Robot is powered by a custom-built ARM Cortex-A57 processor and uses 16 ARM cores, each capable of processing 1 million instructions per second.
The machine is capable of learning and performing complex tasks, such a talking to a robot.