Tomahawk, WI 09/19/2014 (Basicsmedia) – Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) is taking technology to another new level after unveiling two ‘Jimmy’ robot prototypes. During an interview on CNBC, Intel Futurist, Brian Johnson, stated that the two robots unveiled can be programmed to do whatever one wishes them to do.

Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC)’s new robots can walk, take pictures and identify objects; taking coolness and convenience of people using them to another new level. The ability to move makes them ideal for performing small chores like carrying small objects in a bag pack.

“One of the things especially with the larger robot; people have said, well you can use it for elderly care. So you can use it as a medication reminder. That’s one of the things we have lots of people coming to us saying; one of the things that’s really-really hard with the older folks getting them to take their medications on time. What you can do is make an app so that Jimmy 7am and 7pm reminds grandma to take her heart medications, “said Mr. Johnson.

One will need to pat away with $16,000 for the big ‘jimmy’ robot, which can be customized to be controlled by a smartphone as it is designed with app-based artificial intelligence and behaviors. One will not need, to worry about Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC)’s innovation efficiency as it runs on Intel i5 core processor meaning that it’s speed is on a new level.

 The smaller of the two robots that run on Intel Edison costs $1600, more than 10 ten-times less compared to the high-end robot. Both robots are similar in away, according to Johnson.

“They both run on the same software. They both run apps, they both run the same software. He is just a little bit smaller,” said Mr. Johnson.

Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC)’s new robot doesn’t operate in isolation but can be’ managed by the use of tablets and smartphones. The new robots also have Wi-Fi and Bluetooth meaning they can be connected to the cloud.

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