Oh goodness, the question should be What wouldn't I like a robot to do? Depending on the level of technology, I'd love a robot who mopped and cleaned bathrooms. While we have those little roomba robot vacuums, I'd love one that could handle the dirt and hair from two Old English Sheepdogs, as well as climb stairs while vacuuming!
Probably to make me dinner, breakfast and lunch. Hard enough to do it myself.
My wife and I would love to have a house cleaning robot, like Rosie on "The Jetsons."
I would like a robot to clean my entire apartment on a daily basis, organize things, and cook.
Off my head a first task would be to do the vacuuming in the places that are a pain. The floor is okay to do, but those nooks and crannies . . . well . . .
Vacuum my floors AND never need me to empty the dirt cup OR have to unwedge it from under the furniture
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