In the age of automation, a robot with a weak heart is no longer a robot.
Instead, it is an autonomous machine that can play music.
A company called Sysmo is working to develop a new machine that will be able to play a particular type of music.
Its goal is to allow musicians to work on songs and share them in real time with the audience.
The company will start by testing a robot called the DJ, and then it plans to eventually develop a fully-autonomous robot.
If SysMo succeeds in building a DJ, it could have an enormous impact on the future of the music industry.
With the advent of the Internet of Things, robots are expected to replace people as the main consumers of music, and the robotic revolution will allow musicians and other artists to continue to create.
But as automation has accelerated, so has the need for human workers, who often have limited time and resources.
As robots become more powerful, their creators have started to look at how to replace humans with them.
This is where automation comes into play.
Sysamo is working on a machine that is able to perform a variety of tasks.
Its creators say the DJ is capable of playing music, editing images, and even delivering a video.
“We’re working on something that can be used in any kind of situation,” said Sysko, adding that its robot is able do all of the above.
According to Sysman, this robot could work as a personal assistant, or even as a music producer, helping musicians to record their songs.
It could also be used as a DJ to help people watch video content while they work on their songs, and maybe even as the person behind a video editing software program.
Sysmo says the DJ will be fully autonomous and not capable of performing tasks such as creating videos.
Sosman hopes the DJ can eventually be used to produce and share music videos.
As robots continue to be developed, the music business will be forced to evolve.
And that means making music more accessible to the masses.
“In the future, it will be much easier to get people to listen to your music and share it,” said Matt Jones, director of the Institute of Music Innovation at Duke University.
In fact, the future is already shaping up to be a pretty amazing time for music.
The U.S. economy is expected to grow by 3.6% in 2021, according to the latest data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
And the global market for music is expected grow by nearly 20% between 2021 and 2024.