Chelsea residents are sick and tired of having to clean up all the homeless poop—and now finally, FINALLY, they may not have to worry about it anymore. A Russian tech tycoon and robotics enthusiast is investing $25 million into a NY-based global investment firm that will focus solely on developing robot technology that can be used in daily life. But will it include sex robots?

“I want to bring robotics into the lives of everyday people,” said Dmitry Grishin, co-founder and CEO of the largest Russia Internet company Mail.Ru. “I’m a big believer that robotics wil be the next huge industry." What kind of robotics can we expect? Technological innovations for mass-market use in transportation, health care, entertainment and home maintenance—the Daily News just hopes this means every household will have a sassy Rosie the Robot to boss around. Let's just hope this doesn't backfire:

We'd be more excited about some flying cars or real hoverboards—but of course, the government has had that technology for decades, as you can see in the video below. They obviously just don't want to share it.