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San Marino was the first country to add a robot to its act at the Eurovision song festival. During the song Who We Are by Jessika feat. Jenifer Brening we see 4 NAO robots accompanying the singer with dance and entertainment.
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The robot was built at the University of Tokyo. The makers made sure that he looked like a human being as much as possible. He has a skeleton, muscles and even a kind of nervous system. The researchers claim that these two robots, called Kenshiro and Kengoro, are the most anatomically correct robots to date. That may well be true.
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During an interview on stage in Saudi Arabia, Robot Sophia, Hanson robotics, shows that she is surprisingly human in her expression and her answers. When asked whether robots could have human consciousness and whether they should have, Sophia did not immediately give clear answers. "Why? Is that bad", she asked evasively? When the question was repeated, Sophia once again answered with a question again.
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This summer KLM will be testing a new technical masterpiece that will make travelling a lot easier. Robot Care-E will carry your luggage and escort you to your gate. The robot was created to improve the flow at the airport and make travelling easier. You will be greeted by Care-E, after which it will ask for your flight ticket. The friendly eyes of the device point you to the scanner and look happy when your airplane ticket is approved.
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LG has invested 78 million euro in robotics start-ups. The investment is part of LG's ThinQ AI strategy and the company promises that more investments will follow.
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SpaceX, the space company, has commissioned NASA to launch a robot with artificial intelligence to the ISS space station. The CIMON (Crew Interactive Mobile Companion) spherical robot has a large screen with a drawn face. With fourteen propellers, CIMON can move itself through the weightless space station.
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Honda has announced that it will stop developing Asimo. In 2000, the android robot was the first machine that could move on two legs without tripping, thus representing a major breakthrough in robotic motor skills. Later on, the robot also acquired the ability to recognize objects and voices and to move autonomously.
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You can not visit a conference, or the Japanese robot Pepper will pop up. Research by Swedish Örebro University shows that there are all kinds of fundamental security problems with Pepper. Work at the store for producer Softbank Robotics.
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