AsiaIndustrial NetNews: Boston Dynamics’ humanoidRobotIt always makes people feel creepy, although they have been developing robots for decades, but not many can actually be used in business. Before Google bought the Boston company in 2013, most humanoid robots were used in the military. Now it is completely different. At the recent TED 2017 conference, Boston Dynamics founder and CEO Marc Raibert (Marc Raibert) Raibert revealed that the company is currently testing how to make robots work in a more marketable way.
The four-legged dog Robot video brought by Boston Dynamics demonstrates the Robot’s ability to deliver express delivery. Raibert said that in fact, these bionic robots are not scary at all, and even they will appear in the family of company employees and can play some role in life. Although it cannot be said that these robots are perfect, 70% of them are Still doing well.
Boston Dynamics once brought two robots, which can send boxes on the ground to the conveyor belt. Although the efficiency is currently only two-thirds of that of manual labor, it also liberates manpower, which is fortunate.
Boston DynamicsexhibitionThe newest robot in the list is Handle, which Raibert describes as a “nightmare inducer,” a legged robot that can carry objects up to 100 pounds over obstacles, climb stairs, and even run in snow.At the same time, the company said the robot design team will use3D printingRobotic components, which can be constructed to mimic animal anatomy, and reduce the weight of these humanoid robots to as little as 200 pounds.
Well, now do you still think Boston’s robots will destroy humanity?
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