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Let's say that someday a young couple buys a robot to help with childcare. Version 1 of the robot isn't much more capable than a video baby monitor that can also rock the cradle and say, "There, there" as needed, perhaps in the mom's voice. Maybe it can do a few more things such as loading and unloading the dishwasher and feeding the dog. It's useful but still limited. But here's the interesting part.