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Original Writing - Robot Progress Update

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Original Writing. Robot Progress Update To: Companymanger@robotproject.com From: Anderson@robotproject.com Subject: Robot Progress Update Report. Date: Thursday 20th October 2050. Since the last invention of the robot, the team has been working hard to make the new one better than the first one. The team has read the feedback from the public about the last robot and now we are trying to add new and better features and maintain the successful features from the previous robot. Problems: Many people thought that the last robot was; slow, the battery didn't charge for long, it was too noisy and it sometimes did not understand the customers' commands. To solve these problems an engineer has made the speed double from 5 miles per hour to 10 miles per hour. ...read more.


Having inserted more languages the product can now retail worldwide. Functions that are working well: The robots ability to never get tired is still working as well as last time; we know this because the team tested the robot for 14 hours by telling it commands every 10 minutes. It still obeys all commands and never goes to sleep. Improvements being worked on and new ideas: After reading the feedback from the customers, many have suggested that the robot should be able to complete children's homework. The team has discussed this thoroughly and have come to a decision that the robot should do homework for children aged between four and twelve. This will attract a wider audience as children will want their parents to buy it to do their homework. ...read more.


We could change the colour to make it look more attractive and we could have different colours on each robot, to appeal to different customers. A final idea is that it can give children lessons on Maths, English and science so can improve their education and this function will also get parents buying the robot for their children. However, we will have to spend a lot of money to get this function working. I will leave you to decide whether you want to have this feature in the robot. The robot will be ready for sale in about two month's time, just in time for Christmas, and I am sure it will be a success. It will make a great Christmas present! Let's hope that Christmas 2050 is known as the "Robotic Christmas". Take care boss and give my love to the family. From Anderson, on behalf of the Robot Project Team. ?? ?? ?? ?? ...read more.

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