Those of us in charge of our household laundry have long dreamed of a robot who would fold up things for us. That's why the announcement of just such a mechanical marvel from UC Berkeley is so exciting. But video evidence shows that the robot is shockingly slow, and is at the moment only capable of folding rectangular items. Read more at popsci.com
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