"Samsung Bot Handy will rely on advanced AI to recognize and pick up objects of varying sizes, shapes and weights, becoming an extension of you and helping you with work around the house. Samsung Bot Handy will be able to tell the difference between the material composition of various objects, utilizing the appropriate amount of force to grab and move around household items and objects..."
Samsung says Jetbot will come with an AI camera with object recognition that will help it identify items in a room and chart the best course for cleaning. The bot will couple that AI with LiDAR and 3D sensors to (hopefully) help it avoid getting marooned on a rug or some other uneven surface in your house.
Like with Handy, the details on Care are pretty sparse, but by far the most futuristic aspect is Samsung's claim that the bot will "respond to your behavior." Exactly how Care does that is unclear, but a demonstration from last year suggested the machine is capable of having at least basic conversations.