Are you the type of person to pack five suitcases for a week long trip to the Bahamas? Do you hate having to lug around all your stuff in the airport when you travel, just for people to judge? Well, the aim of this smart robot is to fix all of your, well, high maintenance problems.
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines is testing out its "Care-E" smart robot — a self-driving airport trolley to hold all your luggage. Even though this cute little blue dude can't communicate with you like Wall-E or Eve, it will make a series of sounds to let you know what it's doing. From demos, the robot appears to have a top screen with two big eyes that can blink, appear sad or even happy. It also chirps, and even says "uh oh" if you accidentally leave something behind on its cart as you start to walk away.