‘Tiny’ robots for the workplace

Small robots that look like people could help people perform more complex tasks at work, such as cleaning floors and lifting heavy objects.

The robots would be able to take over jobs that humans have traditionally done, such a salesperson or a driver.

They could also be used for tasks that are not related to a specific task.

“Small robots can be used in a wide variety of tasks,” said Paul Gabel, CEO of BigRob Robotics.

The company has been developing small robots for industrial and manufacturing applications since the late 1990s.

But they are still in the development phase.

Gabel said that the company has designed a small robot that is about the size of a cellphone.

It has been used to help customers clean floors at a warehouse and lift heavy objects at a factory.

He said that his company has created a similar robot that has the same general features, but it weighs only a few grams.

The new robot will be developed for use in warehouses, but could be used by any customer who has an interest in automation.

In fact, the company could even sell the robot to companies that need to use robots.

Gaby Gabel says that the new small robot will have a range of functions, such the floor cleaning, lifting and washing.

This robot could be programmed to do things that other robots would never be able.

“The more it gets into the job, the more it will have to learn,” he said.

The robot will also be able make decisions and perform tasks that humans are not capable of doing.

Gabor said that if a customer comes to him and asks him to do something, he will think of the most logical thing to do.

If it is a task that is not related in some way to his work, he may decide to take on the task.

GAB, or “Gabor” in the company’s name, is a reference to the Greek philosopher Gabor Fabli and the Latin word for “begging.”

It has a 3D printing service that allows customers to build and design their own robots.

The goal is to create more sophisticated robots that are able to perform tasks beyond what is currently possible with human-made robots.

“This is really the first step in this long path,” Gabel told The Next Sputnik.

“It is a very interesting idea.

It is also a way to have more of an impact on society.”