This is Atlas, the agile humanoid robot from Boston Dynamics, demonstrating its amazing gymnastic abilities!
How do and will robots and humans communicate and collaborate? An introduction.
Is it possible to build advanced AI humanoid androids with today’s tech, if there’s a drastic shift in human perception and aversity, or a sudden critical need arises? This video explores the very real possibility.
On January 23, 2020, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) introduced Vyommitra, a female half-humanoid (only a torso, no legs). She is able to perform switch panel operations, environment control and life support system functions, and is able to recognize astronauts, converse with them, and respond to their queries. The aim is for the humanoid to simulate the human functions required for space before real Indian astronauts take off in 2022.”