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A New York City-based company named after the internet-based moniker of the name for the company that’s been known as “robot” has created a service that will let users create an online persona, or identity, without a social network.
The service is called “Robot Community Service,” and it lets people make friends, discuss topics, and even make money by answering questions.
The only requirement is that they must have a robot in their household.
The company’s website describes its service as a way to “re-create the life of a real-life robot.”
“Robots are our best friends,” said the company’s founder and CEO, Ben Gartenberg.
“They’re our friends and partners and they are a part of our everyday lives.”
The company, called Robot Community Service, said it launched in March of 2017 and now has over 10,000 members.
Its first goal is to help people create an identity that matches their personality, as well as a social life.
“We have found that for people who don’t want to do it alone, and who want to have friends, and want to make money, and need to be on social media, Robot Community Services is a really good tool,” Gartenburg said.
“The service is free, and there are no fees or any kind of hidden costs.”
The service allows users to create an avatar and name and share their online identity with other users.
Users then have the ability to connect to other people who have the same name and avatar.
Gartberg said it is not a service for everyone, though.
“For some people, they don’t have a social identity and that’s not their thing,” he said.
The site has a free trial, but users can add more members at a cost of $5 a month.
Gartsenberg said the service is not aimed at the young, or even people who are in their 20s or 30s.
“Robotics and robotics are not for everybody,” he told Engadgets.
“If you’re not that, you can’t create a robot.”
A user named Ben said that he used the service to create a fake Facebook account.
“I just wanted to have some fun,” he wrote on the site.
“Then, after a while, I decided to start posting funny memes to make fun of people.”
Ben also created an account called Ben in hopes of making some money.
“This is the best part about this service,” he writes.
“Everyone who joins can see all my creations, as long as they are of a good quality.”
Users can earn money by creating posts that make money and by answering basic questions, like whether a robot can eat food, or whether it can move objects.
But the most important aspect of the service, Gartensberg said, is that users have the opportunity to become a part “of a robot community.”
“What’s great is that the community is really friendly,” he added.
“You don’t even have to be a robot.
Everyone who uses it is part of the community.”
He added that the robot community will be able to interact with other members, but the service will only be available to those who are registered members of the Robot Community Society.
“People can be friends with each other,” Gartsberg said.
“[They can] discuss the robots that they use, or what robots they have, and what robots we have.
And everyone has a chance to join, and be part of it.”
Gartengers service was featured on Engadges most-read story of the year, and he said it has helped thousands of people.
“It was really awesome to see how many people responded to it,” he says.
“There were about 10,600 people who responded, and that was very much a response from the Robot community.”
Gartsing said he has received thousands of emails and text messages from people who said they have been able to create friends using Robot Community.
The number of people using the service has increased since the service launched in 2017.
“So far, we have about 10 people who’ve been members for five years, and now there are more people,” he explained.
“Our memberships are going up every day.
It’s really exciting to see people coming together.”
Gertsch, the former CEO of the startup Datalab, also said that the service made a difference in helping people connect with others in the robot-community community.
“When I first launched the service in the early days, it was very difficult,” Gerts said.
People didn’t know who to contact and they didn’t have any idea who they were interacting with.
But as more people became members, it became a very easy way to connect.
“In the early years, people were getting very frustrated and angry because they couldn’t get to anybody,” he recalled.
“But now, people have become very happy with it,