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New humanoid robot controls its own movements

August 17, 2016
  A Japanese robot that controls its own movements in response to its environment is showcased in Tokyo. Its face and body are designed to look human, and moves in a surprisingly life-like way. A neural network and 42 pneumatic actuators power Alter’s random movements. And the robot can even sing. Watch this video…    

A Japanese robot that controls its own movements in response to its environment is showcased in Tokyo. Its face and body are designed to look human, and moves in a surprisingly life-like way. A neural network and 42 pneumatic actuators power Alter's random movements. And the robot can even sing. Watch this video…

 
 
 
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