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the owner of a two thousand and nineteen the charity is one of the main themes at the international conference on robotics and automation an annual event this time taking place in Montreal , as the conference check Greg Deltic explains the big trends this year revolve less around sci fi scenarios and every to announce closer to home we're going to see very soon your house becoming smart so like the inter operation of many of the devices in your house together to make a house as a whole become a robot that can help you reduce the robot arm second help disabled people actually do things I mean really things right now today in the next couple of years , from young start ups to industry veterans brown's unveiled that blockbuster inventions many of which focused on the fine tuning of technology that's been around for a few days think self driving cars that never crash all humanoids with a sense of personal space I think from a scientific basis were saying systems that don't just do some simple narrow task with generalized across multiple tasks and they do things like understand the causes and effects of what they do so you know if something is being balance on a table they've understand why it's balanced essentially learning physics and learning the way things behave so learning more and more to do cognitive things a really exciting thing is robot to learn about people and by learning about what people want and what they need they serve them better and that's a huge emerging trends