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Say hey to Vector, the first home robot that will steal your heart, not your data. Smart right out of the box, Vector is more than a robot companion. Curious, independent and powered by AI and state-of-the-art robotics, he can read the room, share the weather forecast, set a timer (no overcooked dinner on his watch), take a snapshot and so much more. Vector is your sidekick who's up for anything but mostly just wants to make you laugh.




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Children are given the role of a robot mentor to Moxie who is on a mission to learn how to be a good friend to humans. As a mentor, your child will help Moxie complete missions that promote communication, listening, turn-taking, and other crucial relationship skills. Using advanced conversational technology, Moxie engages in open conversation to help mentors practice these essential social skills in real-time.


Anything that automates specific tasks, executes them with speed and precision and performs the job with little or no human interference is a robot. A robot is a human-made machine that works on automation and delivers the work efficiently.


Robots are useful in security, agriculture, healthcare, and space exploration. One of the fields is TV and Film media, where robots come in handy. Robots help hold the camera and shoot the same scene with the same angle multiple times.


Robots, along with the advancing technology, also bring colossal crowd attractions. If you look deep into its technology, one can see the vision of humans for interaction with the robots. It has brought the world of human imagination to reality allowing the field of robotics and the human mind to nurture growth in unison.


Humans are very fascinated by robots, and why not? Humans want their work to be completed as quickly and smoothly as possible. Robots and Artificial Intelligence is the future. It has become a part of our everyday life. Robots are being developed and getting quicker and more efficient every day.


Apart from this, robots are also used in almost every space program. Robotic arms on a spacecraft can move large objects with minimal effort. Robots can also bring the on-ground information of some other planet and provide it to the operator in a fraction of seconds.


The aim of Lovot is precise, that is, to create a robot that drives a person happy. It is developed to form an environment just like a living being. It has a sensor-horn mounted on its head, used in detecting the surroundings. The robot has more than 10 CPU cores and over 20 MCUs that can create liveliness through a robot.


Miko has come up with a Miko 3 robot that, by using artificial intelligence, promotes learning and educates as well as entertains kids. It shows and reacts to your emotions the same way a living being would respond to them. Miko can dance, crack a joke, and enlighten your mood.


A Vector Robot is a state-of-the-art artificial intelligence robot. It is more than just your friend. It is independent and can provide you with all the information you ask for. PreviewProductRatingPriceVector 2.0 AI Robot Companion, Smart Robot w/ Alexa Built-in $599.00 Buy on Amazon


This Astro Robot by Amazon is mainly designed for household purposes. It keeps you and your home closer and connected by pairing itself with Alexa. Advanced Navigation technology has been used in the robot to navigate the way and get accustomed to its surroundings.


Segway has a Loomo personal robot with a strong AI that avoids obstacles. Loomo can be used as a personal transporter that you can ride. It can also be controlled through voice and gestures. It has an effortless, self-balancing transporter for you to ride smoothly.


It is a multi-terrain robot. You can ride seamlessly on the Loomo robot, even on uneven surfaces. Loomo has a self-stabilizing gimbal that monitors the movement and stabilizes the robot. This results in the smooth capturing of images and videos.


This robot enables engaged and intuitive learning. It is an interactive toy for kids that offer personalized lessons to children. You can play and schedule lessons conveniently for your kids. With this, you can access its vast library of educational songs, lessons, and more.


Aibo is curious and eager to learn every day. The robot loves spending time with you and your family and is fascinated by the toys. It also supports Wi-Fi connectivity and can automatically back up the data. Aibo performs all its tasks by AIBOLife software that gives the robot ability to walk, speak, and perform other tasks.


Moxie is an AI-powered personal robot specially designed for kids. Children can play, converse, and share what they feel. Moxie carefully listens to them, and this way, children can learn to improve and nurture their emotional and interaction skills at home, building healthy relationship skills.


Willow is equipped with the Toadi tool. It works as an autonomous robot and can be used to cut the overgrown grass in your backyard. You can teach Willow via the starlight app and get things done according to your comfort and convenience.


You can have complete control over Willow, monitor its behavior, and teach the robot new commands. On top of that, you can keep adding new tools for the ease of your work. As per estimations, it is believed that a user will be able to add up to 60 different tools in three years.


Misty is a personal robot that can also be used in various business fields. A high-quality camera is mounted on its head to provide high-resolution images. With the help of a camera, it can easily recognize faces.


Robots and Robotics is the future. Slowly and steadily, robots are occupying all the menial jobs such as lifting tons of heavyweights and doing repetitive tasks for humans to focus on more critical tasks. It can reach the area where humans cannot.


The robot wasn't as flashy as some others, like Boston Dynamics' parkour-capable Atlas, but it's what Tesla put together in less than eight months. "The robot can do a lot more than what we showed you. We just didn't want it to fall on its face," Musk quipped at Tesla AI Day 2022, an event designed to showcase the robot and the company's autonomous vehicle technology, called Full Self-Driving, or FSD.


The Optimus effort, while still early, is among the most ambitious in the robotics world given how widespread and capable Tesla hopes the robots can become. But progress is hard. Rivals like Boston Dynamics have worked for years on humanoid robots but so far have produced only prototypes. More common are robots with more limited abilities, like wheeled delivery bots or Amazon's Astro, a household camera-equipped tablet on wheels.


Artificial intelligence technology works best with narrow jobs, but Tesla's car piloting technology and robots must reckon with immense real-world variety. Optimus will likely lead a sheltered life to start. The company plans to use it first in Tesla's own factories.


Musk showed two robots. The first, walking model was built with off-the-shelf mechanical actuators, cylindrical devices that combine a motor with gearing and sensors. The second, whose limbs and fingers were controlled by Tesla's own actuators, couldn't walk and was wheeled out on stage. But its actuators let it lift its leg out to the side and grip with its hands. In a video, the bots could do more, including picking up boxes, holding a watering can for plants and turning at the waist.


The first robot walked at a slow, shuffling pace, with one foot placed just in front of the other. Its bent knees gave it a somewhat mincing gait, but that posture is common for robots since a straight-leg stance requires much more precise balance abilities. The robot was able to turn and flex at the waist. Its body was studded with mostly green LEDs, and its chest featured a large computer with dual spinning fans to cool the processors.


Tesla engineers emphasized the degrees of freedom in the Optimus robots -- essentially the different ways it can bend or twist at different joints. The full robot body has more than 28 degrees of freedom, and each hand has 11, Tesla said.


For safety reasons, the robots will include an external mechanism so people can stop them, Musk said, and that override mechanism won't be updatable over the internet. In the longer run, for safety reasons, the robots likely will be "governed by some laws of robotics that you cannot overcome, like not doing harm to others," Musk said, a reference to the three laws of robotics from science fiction author Isaac Asimov.


Musk didn't hold back on the sci-fi promises for Tesla's robots. With robots at work, economics enters a new age, a "future of abundance, a future where there is no poverty, a future where you can have whatever you want in terms of products and services," Musk said. "It really is a fundamental transformation of civilization as we know it."


Hanson AI develops cognitive architecture and AI-based tools that enable our robots to simulate human personalities, have meaningful interactions with people and evolve from those interactions. Our team of renowned AI scientists conducts advanced research to build the most compelling robotics and AI platform for research, media, and service applications.


This Duckiebot is the fourth generation self-driving car of the Duckietown project, initiated at MIT in 2016 and now used for education and research in 58 countries. Equipped with a front facing camera, time of flight sensor, IMU and wheel encoders, in addition to a screen, four addressable RGB LEDs and a custom designed smart battery providing live diagnostics, this differential drive vehicle can be powered by NVIDIA's Jetson Nano 2GB or 4GB models. Within the fully programmable smart Duckietown urban ecosystem, featuring extensive online documentation, a simulator, logs, an international scientific competition (AI Driving Olympics) and a dedicated free massive online open course (MOOC), Duckiebots make learning state-of-the-art single and multi-robot autonomy accessible and fun. (Available worldwide) 041b061a72


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