ROBITA was developed at Waseda University’s Kobayashi Lab to participate in conversations involving more than one human at a time.
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Developed between 1999-2001, iSHA is the first in a series of robots from Waseda University designed to communicate naturally with people.
Shinpo was developed by TMSUK and Waseda University to walk without the typical bent-knees approach seen in most bipedal robots. It is on permanent display at Niigata Hall of Natural Science.
Waseda University continues its decade-long research into natural spoken language communication robots with SCHEMA.
An Italian electronics repair shop has built a variety of entertainment robots that play the piano and drums.