A robot can make things by itself without the help of humans.
Amy, an AI-powered self-assembling robot, makes stuff.
The robot uses sensors to gather data about what it is made of, and it then makes its own self-assembled parts with the help, or rather, with the assistance of, a human.
In other words, Amy is a robotic version of an assistant.
But unlike those assistants, Amy can work autonomously, so you don’t need to have a robot to do its work.
Amy has a range of sensors that can help it understand its environment and figure out what it needs to make.
A robot that could be made by a single person.
Amy also has a variety of sensors built into its body that can tell it how to make more than one thing at a time.
For instance, Amy’s body has a “mesh system” that allows it to connect its internal sensors to sensors attached to its body.
Amy can then figure out how to combine these sensors and its own internal sensors.
As Amy grows and learns, Amy will eventually have enough internal sensors and sensors to create its own robots, but Amy doesn’t yet know what those robots will look like.
If you want to build your own robot, you can look at the examples on the right and use the built-in sensors to design your own robotic design.
Once you’ve made your robot, it will need to learn how to use its own sensors and how to interact with its environment.
And Amy’s creators hope to see Amy be used for a wide variety of things, from building furniture to finding and finding food.
You can get started on building your own AI-controlled robot by using the interactive tutorials at the end of this article.