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Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University and AIST are pitting humanoid robots against moving obstacles in their labs.
ALSOK’s robotic security guard Reborg-Q, led to demand for a robot that could provide information and advertisements to the public. The An9-PR is ALSOK’s answer to those requests.
ALSOK has created a security system that consists of two robotic agents who survey and interact with people entering and exiting a building.
Following the unexpected success of the first AIBO, SONY announced a 2nd generation AIBO entertainment robot, this time with voice recognition.
In 2004, Fujitsu unveiled its Service Type Robot in anticipation of practical robots for use in structured environments such as the office or shopping mall.
Drexel Autonomous Systems Lab has got their version of KAIST’s HUBO-2 robot up and walking.
Though its advertisement suggests it was designed with safety in mind, this ’70s playground looks anything but…