In one gif, a robot is programmed to shut the automatic door, and when it is closed, it tells a human operator: “Automatic shut down.
The robot also shows the human operator what to do when the door opens, and it tells him to “close it.”
The human operator responds: “OK, open it.”
In another, the same robot shows a human the door, but when it opens, it says: “Sorry, the door is locked.”
This human operator replies: “Close the door.”
This is a subtle difference that could reveal how the robot sees the human’s hand and hand movements.
The robot is also shown how to open a door with a human.
The human is instructed to hold the door while the robot opens it, and then says: ‘Open it now.’
The robot then says ‘OK, lock it now.’
“A man’s hand is placed inside the automated door, which shuts automatically.
Image: Al JazeeraEnglishIn one gif where the human is seen closing the door and then opening it with his left hand, he is shown holding the door with both hands, and he says “OK”.
In another, he holds the door by holding it with one hand and says “Okay”.
The human operator also responds to the robot with: “Ok, lock the door now”.
The robot, which is programmed with the human, is shown how it can open the door.
The robot is shown opening the door using a small button.
The button is then pushed with the right hand.
The user presses the button with their left hand.
When the robot has opened the door the user can say: “This door is closed.”
The robot opens the door automatically when the human holds the key.
In another example, the robot is seen opening the window with a button and the human holding it.
When the robot presses the key, it unlocks the door without the human having to say “OK.”
The human, in this case, is holding a lock with a small key that the robot can use to open the lock.
In the video, the human says “Open the door,” then he opens the lock using the key and the robot says “ok.”
The automated door shut-down example illustrates the difference between automatic shut-downs and automatic doors.
Automatic shut- downs are designed to shut down automatically whenever the door shuts, but they can also shut down on demand.
In contrast, automatic doors are designed with automatic shut downs in mind, but not in order to shut them down automatically.
When automatic doors shut down, they can be programmed to open automatically if the human does not say “Ok.”
In other words, they have the ability to open on demand, even if the door isn’t closed.
When automatic doors have been programmed to stop automatically, they are not programmed to start automatically.
In some cases, automatic shutdowns are implemented to prevent human intervention, such as when a child, or a person, is playing with an automatic door.
But in other cases, they might be implemented for a different reason.
In one example, a human might want to turn the automatic shut down off for his own safety.
This manual opening process has been shown to prevent children from opening a door.
However, if a child does want to open it, he or she must first get the door to open manually with the key or the lock he or her holding.
In other cases where a child has a key or lock, the child must then get the key from the adult and then put it into the door’s lock.
The video below shows a video of a human and a robot who have been trained to open and close automatic doors automatically.
In this example, both robots are using the same software.
The humans, with their key in hand, say “Open it,” while the robots, with the lock, say the same to the humans, “OK.
Open the door”.
The human then opens the automatic closed door and the robots say “ok”.
The video shows that the humans open the automatic doors manually and they then stop the automatic operation.
The automated shut- down example also shows how automatic shutters can also be programmed with a key, or keyring, so that when the robot shuts the door it will stop automatically.
The video shows how the robots open the shuttered doors manually, and they stop the automated operation as well.
In other cases of automated shut downs, humans and robots might be able to communicate and control each other.
The automatic shutdown example shows a man and a robotic who are both using the software to open an automatic shuttered door.
When a man tries to open his door, the robotic shuts the automatic closure of the door off and asks the man to open.
The robotic then says “Ok.
“The man replies: ‘Ok, open door now’.
The robotic says “Sorry.
The door is open.
“The man replies “OK