South Korean tech giant Samsung revealed a rolling robot called “Ballie” on Monday which can assist people around their homes. The device responds to voice commands like a pet dog, and integrates AI technology along with a mobile interface.

“Ballie” can be used as a personal fitness assistant, or it can be used to operate smart home devices such as TVs or vacuum cleaners. It can also act as a companion to real pets at home, when their owners are away.

On social media, users compared “Ballie” to the Star Wars droid BB-8 and Disney character Wall-E.

“Ballie” was revealed at the Consumer Electronic Show (CES) in Las Vegas, which is the world’s largest consumer technology event, featuring over 4,400 exhibiting companies.

Samsung has also unveiled other technologies at the show, such as “SelfieType,” a virtual keyboard which uses AI to allow users to notate messages on their smartphone with the use of a camera. Another product, called “Gait-Enhancing & Motivation System” (GEMS-H) is an outfit which Samsung says would help people recovering from illness learn to walk.

Samsung was founded in 1938 and is South Korea’s largest business conglomerate. The company accounts for approximately 15% of South Korea’s GDP as of 2018.