Wooden robot could make humans obsolete

It is a robot that could someday make humans redundant.

The robotic wood-robot Gita, which looks like a miniature version of the giant robot that sits atop the Statue of Liberty, could eventually replace some of the work that humans currently do in the world, said its maker, L2 Robotics.

The robot’s makers say it will be able to carry out tasks that people don’t currently do, such as driving trucks and transporting packages, and will be less expensive than other robot technologies.

“You can do it in the home.

You can do the office,” said John W. O’Hara, vice president of product development for L2.

“It’s a little bit like a mini-bus or a little more like a lawnmower.

It can do that job.”

The robot could be used in hospitals to carry patients around the room, and in warehouses, warehouses and other facilities.

The company said it’s also capable of driving on sidewalks.

A company called L2 is currently working on its Gita robot.

(L2 Robotics)”This is something that is really new, and we think it’s going to change the way people work in the future,” O’Hallara said.

The Gita is the only robot capable of working on wood, which has some of its advantages.

For one, it can carry out complex tasks that humans would not be able do with a human.

But it also comes with some disadvantages, such a lack of a battery that can last up to 10 years.

“The Giga-Robot is not a household robot.

It’s a machine that’s not meant to be in your home, it’s meant to have a purpose and function,” O.J. Kowalski, vice-president of product strategy for L.A.-based Kowalks, said in an interview.

Kowalsk said the Gita’s ability to perform tasks like lifting and carrying objects will allow it to replace some jobs that humans do.

“I think that there’s a lot of people who have never worked with wood in their life that are going to be very excited to try this one out,” he said.