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LG has introduced the R9 CordZero robotic vacuum, with built-in artificial intelligence machine learning.
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Amazon has introduced Alexa Skill Blueprints, a new way to create personalised skills and responses for Alexa.
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JBL has announced the launch of Link View in Australia.
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Lenovo has confirmed the availability of the Lenovo Smart Display with Google Assistant in Australia.
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