Meet Samsung's spooky robot cook and cute robot assistant
Hey guys, David Katzmaier here at Samsung's massive booth at CES 2020.
This company makes everything under the sun including televisions, phones, they got a lot of appliances here, but guess what?
I'm going to show you the wacky stuff.
We got robots.
There's a car, a little guy that rolls around on the ground and tells you I don't know what we're going to find out.
Now check it out.
We'll start with Bosch chef This is Samsung's robot chef.
It's a pair of robotic arms hooked to an AI system.
You can talk to it of course the idea here is it can help you around the kitchen.
These robot arms can chop, given them a little knife.
A little bit scary if you think about it but forget about that for now.
They can also reach up into a cabinet, get some condiments, add them to your dish, even tell you, walk you through a recipe.
So of course this thing not available for sale.
This is only the second time we've seen it demoed.
It's gonna make a salad and here's something Samsung's never shown before.
This is ball They call it a personal care robot.
It's a little ball that rolls around and I don't know can tell you what's going around the house when you're not there.
Something falls, it'll alert you, maybe nudge you to remind you about something.
Just a little help around the house.
Make sure everything's okay.
So right now we have Samsung Sarah.
This guy is a television that can rotate into portrait mode.
You hold up your phone, swivel.
And when you hold up your phone, you go swivel.
That's Sero, crazy, but that's Samsung.
All right, so what we have here is the Samsung Digital Cockpit.
This is the car that They have set it up in a booth with all these different screens here.
First thing you will notice is instead of rearview mirrors have screens on either side.
Cameras Of course spread the place in the rearview mirror.
Nice, very good have a lot of usage, cue LED technology this big Samsung, little fixed the knob of course you can use that as your digital assistant.
And back behind me, the speakers here on each seat, you can actually have individual speaker sound coming at you.
These are on all four seats so you don't have to actually subject yourself to everybody else.
In addition to the car that we're sitting in now Samsung also has a big display showing how 5g is going to work with the car.
So this is gonna be an automatic communication between the car some 5G posts placed around for safety.
There's even a whole demo here which shows avoiding a pedestrian.
Again, Samsung's deep into 5G and car technology.
This is a demo of it at CES and the last thing on the back, this is a micro LED display.
You can put whatever you want back here and of course it's super bright for safety So thanks for coming, that was our tour of Samsung's booth here at CES 2020.
We got a sneak peek of some of their coolest technologies.
I'm David [UNKNOWN] for CNET.
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