From robot vacuums and mops to automated mowers that know exactly how much grass to cut and when to recharge their battery, the plethora of tech is ever-evolving. Best of all, the Roomba s9 can be programmed to clean your entire home or individual rooms. Read our full review here. The bigger, sharper brother of the Roomba can toil away in the hot summer sun while you sit back and enjoy some lemonade. Husqvarna , Worx , and Robomow all offer robotic mowers that can take the work and possibly the joy out of lawn care. Oh, and about that lack of manual labor?
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By Emilia Jiang For Mailonline. A seven-year-old girl in China has been forced to study in a cramped corner under her parents' market stall after her school was closed due to the coronavirus lockdown. The year one student, Ke Enya, has been doing her homework in the makeshift study for over a month after her vendor parents resumed their business in a wet market in Hubei province.
Rather, she had a specific purpose in mind for the machine — doing her handwriting homework assignments for her, the kind that are common in China and involve writing down phrases from textbooks that help with learning the Chinese language and characters. And, predictably, she smashed it to teach the girl a lesson. The mom apparently realized something was possibly amiss when her daughter was able to complete all her homework in just two days, with neat penmanship, despite also juggling festivities and travel that seemed to leave little time to get the work done. Copying them in repeated exercises is a stepping stone in Chinese education to learning how to freely write them — and students are also sometimes asked to transcribe a literary text from memory, according to the NYT. The South China Morning Post found one teacher who acknowledged using one of these robots herself for lesson preparations.