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Hitachi's newest robot has a beating heart and always gets up after a fall

April 12, 2016 - Uncategorized



Hitachi has unveiled the latest iteration of its humanoid robot called the EMIEW3

A follow up to the EMIEW1 (debuted in 2005) and the EMIEW2 (demonstrated in 2007), the robot can roll over minor obstacles at speeds of nearly four miles per hour and weighs just 33 pounds

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Unfortunately, despite the fact that nearly 10 years have passed since version two, the tiny red and white robot doesn’t look much different from the previous version

Termed by the Japanese company as a kind of customer service aide for humans, the robot has been enhanced with software that will allow it to recognize voices and respond to questions. The robot has also added the ability to regain a standing position if knocked down Read more…

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Source: Mashable

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