Robots need a pretty concrete instruction set. As an experiment, I pushed the toki-pona/ROILA idea a step further and am working on a conlang "lomijo" with three vowels (iou), six consonants (jklmnp), strict CV, CVCV, CVCVCV a priori word list (pared to eliminate things like mimimi, pupupu, etc.), no adjectives or adverbs, isolating grammar, with marker-flags for plurals, tenses, noun-from-verb, verb-from-noun, adj/adv from noun/verb, etc. The idea is make it machine-parsable, loose-pronunciation-tolerant, and at least semi-euphonic. The fact that it can typed on a QWERTY keyboard using just the right hand, from normal home-key positioning, is a happy serendipity. Also working on a written script orthography, one character for each of the 18 phonemes. Yes, I am in WAY over my head!