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What Could Go Wrong? New 'Robotic Smart Crib' Will Stop Your Baby Crying

Authored by Jake Anderson via TheAntiMedia.org, Would you trust a robot to rock your baby to sleep? The question likely elicits the chilling vision of a Terminator cradling your child. However, a new product - the Snoo - is, in fact, an automated crib, a high-tech bassinet perfectly calibrated to ‘swaddle’ infants and lull them into slumber. It’s an early entry of automated child care in an age that promises to integrate robotics into the daily fabric of human life.
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