Watch full video: Roomba Pictures | Roomba trending | Roomba Photo Woman on Toilet | Does Roomba Take Pictures

Watch full video: Roomba Pictures | Roomba trending | Roomba Photo Woman on Toilet | Does Roomba Take Pictures

Robot vacuums like the Roomba took private images that later went viral on social media, including one of a woman using the restroom, but the machine’s manufacturer claims the images were taken by test models.

The self-driving vacuums were being tested by “paid data collectors and staff,” according to iRobot, the company that develops Roomba, to improve its machine learning skills.

A contractor recorded the data from these test units, noting details such as whether the robot successfully navigated past an obstruction, such as a coffee table. Images from that data, however, began to trend on Facebook, Discord, and other social media platforms.

A perverted robot vacuum cleaner took pictures of a young woman using the restroom, and those pictures eventually surfaced on Facebook.

This month, information about the startling data trends from iRobot’s new Roomba J7 series robot vacuum first surfaced.

The images were captured by a test version of the household device’s camera and uploaded to Scale AI, a firm that hires people from all around the world to identify audio, photo, and video.

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