Company creates first self-driving stroller

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A tech company has now proposed a self driving stroller.

With self-driving cars coming very soon—its no surprise that the same laziness has now crossed over into child care territory.

The company, "Smartbe" calls it "the first intelligent stroller in the world." It works by motion tracking sensors which are built into the handle, allowing it to follow you wherever you go.

There are several modes depending on your mood, either for hands free strolling or the old fashioned way of manual pushing.

Of course with self-brakes, its design purpose is ultimately to avoid accidents.

It can also charge your smart phone, has a bottle warmer, climate control in case baby gets cold, a webcam, wireless speakers in case baby wants to rock out, a gravity sensor control system, light signals among many other things.

For all the bells and whistles— the more than $3,000 stroller also comes with an anti-theft system.

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