A robot which can get milk out of the fridge at ease has been invented.
Roboticist Wissam Bejjani and his team at the University of Leeds came up with the genius use for the autonomous device in the home.
On how it works, Bejjani explained: "With one problem, where the robot had to move a large apple, it first went to the left side of the apple to move away the clutter, before manipulating the apple.
"It did this without the clutter falling outside the boundary of the shelf."
According to Science Daily, the team used both AI and trial by error to perfect the robot.