um, I think the investment long term will pay off, considering Boston Dynamics is one of the more well known and reputable robot makers, Um, 20 years, I think, is probably a little premature. I would say a full scale robots on a scale where they're basically running tasks for us and taking care a lot of the things that we need to have taken care of in our daily life. I would say that's probably more towards the tail end of our life spans. I call it probably 50 years from now. I think you'll see the basic implementation in about 20 years. But I think before it's widespread and it really has an impact on society that will probably be towards the tail end of our lives. I also thank humanity has gotten in this habit of over predicting where we'll be at technologically in the future. Um, I think, you know, just based on previous historic predictions about where we would be, uh, we're pretty far off from what? Even historians, scientists and various people at that time who predicted the future thought we were where we would be. So I'm gonna say it's probably closer to 50 years. I wouldn't even surprised me if it be closer to 100 years. Um, but I don't see it happening as commonplace in the next 20 years.