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The new Ninebot Segway is an adorable robot helper

It even has a little face and arms.

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When you're not riding the self-balancing Ninebot Segway, it transforms into a self-propelling personal helper with a voice, livestreaming camera, and object-detection and facial-recognition capabilities. Intel showed off the new Ninebot at CES, where the rolling robot successfully navigated an on-stage living room, communicated with its human overlords and followed its inventor off-stage, thanks in part to Intel's RealSense tech. The new Ninebot will be the star of a development program in 2016 with a final product to follow, Intel said.

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