COLLEGE PARK, Md. (CBS) — College engineers have designed a robot that will clean your house.

Programmers at the University of Maryland are introducing “Julia,” a robot that can help you with chores around the house.

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“Julia” can use a microwave, clean and even go grab you a cup of coffee.

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The robot is also equipped with three cameras that help her pick up human behaviors.

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“She learns what you’re doing, so she watches exactly where’s your arm in order to then pick up the cup from you,” said associate research scientist Cornelia Fermuller.

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University of Maryland programmers say it can take up to an hour to get “Julia” up and running each day.

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Eventually, that will get faster, and her technology even more advanced.