BREAKING NEWS – Vancouver, Canada – A Canadian startup has developed a pricey self-driving, “hands free” baby stroller which uses artificial intelligence for navigational guidance. Glüxkind, the Canadian startup behind the posh pushie, expects to have it to customers later in the year for $3300.

Loaded with motors, sensors and AI software, the nearly 30-pound stroller can drive itself. It stops when obstacles are encountered or if it strays too far and has a max speed of 4 mph. Mothers will love the new product, because they can program it to go to a destination 10 miles away by itself carrying the infant, and stop at the front door of the baby’s absentee father, broadcasting a prerecorded message demanding a child support payment.