Anki robots have become the go-to robot for many people looking to learn Japanese.
And it turns out the robots are also capable of peeling potatoes.
The robots, which cost as little as $40 and can teach up to 20, are a huge hit with users.
Anki uses the robots to teach people Japanese grammar and punctuation and even to automate tasks like turning on lights.
But a recent report from Japanese consumer magazine Shueisha claims that they can also peel potatoes, something the robots don’t do in the same way that humans do.
According to the report, people who use Anki machines are more likely to take shortcuts and spend more time working on tasks like cooking, cleaning, and cleaning the house.
But what if Anki is more of a personal assistant?
It’s not uncommon for people to use anki to take their shopping and grocery shopping to their friends or family members.
For those who don’t want to spend their time searching for items, Anki can also provide recommendations based on your previous activity.
“A lot of people find using anki with a potato peeler to be a useful tool to use for other things, like shopping, shopping for food, or other kinds of shopping, such as making a video record,” said the report’s author, Toshio Suzuki.
Suzuki says people who are more inclined to buy and buy often take shortcuts to save money on their groceries.
But in a recent interview with Bloomberg Businessweek, Ankaisa Robotics CEO Yoshio Suzuki said the company’s potato peelers don’t work the same as people who peel potatoes.
Suzuki said that the robots “are not like human people,” and that Anki has “not been able to get potatoes to peel like it does with humans.”
“The potato peel robot does not peel potatoes in the way we use it.
So we are not going to be able to use Ankaisei’s potato-piercing potato peel, nor will we be able as we can with humans,” Suzuki told Bloomberg.
Suzuki also said that Ankaiseris potato peel robots are more expensive than anki’s, because the company needs to produce more of them, which takes time.
Suzuki noted that Anikaisa robots can also take up to a year to completely remove a potato from a peeler, but that he expects the robot to be capable of doing so in just about two weeks.
Shueisha reports that the potato peel machines are sold by Anki’s official online store, but the company is also selling a second-hand version of Ankaises potato peel.
Ankitas price range, meanwhile, is $100 to $200, depending on the model.
Anki has yet to respond to Quartz’s requests for comment about the reports, but Anki says it will be taking the reports “very seriously.”