A software developer says he can edit a video to make it look like a robot

The software developer behind a popular video editing tool says he is a robotics enthusiast.

Rohan Thakur, co-founder of software company, Quicken, says he has a strong interest in robotics and artificial intelligence.

He says he created the software in response to the recent news that robots could soon be used to make things from scratch.

“When I saw the news about robots that could make things, I felt like I needed to make something,” Thakir says.

“I felt like robots are going to save humanity from destruction, so I wanted to make robots like robots.”

Thakur says he started working on the app when he got tired of editing video in a studio.

He was looking for a way to quickly upload his videos to YouTube for the world to see.

Thakurs software is used in more than 10 million apps and is used by more than 500 million people.

He has raised more than $4 million to date and says he’s working on a bigger version of the app.

Thaksur says the app will eventually let people use a robot to make their videos look as natural as possible.

He adds that people are already using it to make music videos.

The software developer behind a popular video editing tool says he is a robotics enthusiast.Rohan Thakur, co-founder of software company,…