What if the best housekeeper in the world was a computer?

A woman who spent most of her career cleaning and caring for people has been rewarded with a patent for a “software” that could teach her the art of housekeeping.

It’s not quite a computer, but it’s close.

The patent is for a robot called the “Boomer” that can do the work of a housekeeper by picking up groceries and emptying cups, then sitting down and picking up the trash.

That can take some time.

The machine can also go on walks, go to the grocery store, or even go to bed.

It will be about three feet tall and weigh about three pounds, and it’s designed to run on batteries.

It has sensors that can detect changes in the temperature, humidity, and humidity of a room, and can automatically take care of dishes when they’re dirty or not being washed properly.

It can also be programmed to go to a designated “clean space” to pick up food and the like.

And the robot will only work with people who have some familiarity with the process of housework, and who also have the expertise to do it.

The system is designed to be used in homes where cleaning and cooking chores are traditionally done by humans, like maids, but the robot could also be used to do chores like washing cars and delivering packages.

It could also work well in homes with children, especially if they have a sense of smell or a good sense of the environment.

The robot could even be a boon for cleaning robots and similar technologies, where humans are already working alongside machines.

The invention could help address the challenges of finding and hiring housekeepers who understand the complexities of their job, as well as the need for more people to be trained in the job.

And it could also help provide jobs that aren’t so labor-intensive.

This is a good example of how the rise of artificial intelligence has made our world even more complicated and automated.

We have become accustomed to a world in which our daily routines are automated and automated systems are taking care of us for us.

Robots are becoming much more like us, and they are being trained to be better, better, and better at our jobs.