Boston Dynamics Atlas, the bipedal humanoid, has come a long way. From the basics of walking on two, it has been taught to let itself out by opening the door, and for the longest time, it has been perfecting its parkour skills. Now, the humanoid has finally been taught a new set of skills.
While the world is still waiting for an actual bipedal humanoid from Tesla and Xiaomi to make it into consumers’ homes, robotic company Aeolus presents the next closest thing: aeo. aeo is the closest thing you can get to a humanoid and it has seen real-world use in eldercare and property management.
I think biomimicry for a bird is clearly more challenging than, say, land or water-based animals. Why? Because in addition to making it fly like a bird and perhaps look like one with feathers and all to blend in with the real birds, it has to land like one too. Well, you know what? Landing …
Recently came across a new development in robotic drones which, TBH, I am really, really skeptical about after watching the video. The new development is known as Fruit-picking Flying Autonomous Robots by Israel tech outfit, Tevel Aerobotics.
Elon Musk was the man who warned of a ‘Terminator’-like AI apocalypse and he was also the same person who want to put AI robots into the homes of regular people. Just last year, on Tesla AI Day 2021, Musk announced that Tesla will be developing a Tesla bot. A year on, on Tesla AI …
If you like the companion of a cat but are not too fond of its potential destructive behaviors like kicking vases off shelves and tables or turning every furniture into a scratching post, then perhaps an AI-powered robot cat like the Elephant Robotics MetaCat will be a better fit for you.
We suspect Xiaomi has plans to take over the world. OK, maybe just plans to take on Tesla and Boston Dynamics. In addition to announcing that it will enter the automobile market and immerse itself in the development of self-driving technology in recent years, the company introduced its take on the robot dog at last …
Remember LEONARDO? The drone/bipedal robot from 2019? Fast forward to last year, LEONARDO has been improved, both in the looks department and in functionality.
You know how in some sci-fi animes/movies, the supervillain wears a giant exoskeleton suit so he or she can wreak havoc and possibly, take over the world? Well that, my friends, is sci-fi no more.
Almost four years since the limited release of Sony aibo stateside, Sony has announced a new Black Sesame Edition Litter. Originally released in Japan in January 2021, the Sony aibo Black Sesame Edition Litter is the second color variation of the robodog in the U.S.