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Cassie the robot creates Guinness World Record by running 100 metres. Watch

A robot made by the Oregon State University has created a Guinness World Record by running the fastest 100 metres.

Cassie the robot that created a Guinness World Record by running the fastest 100 metres. (Oregon State University)
Cassie the robot that created a Guinness World Record by running the fastest 100 metres. (Oregon State University)
Published on Sep 29, 2022 11:31 AM IST

How robot ERICA can laugh like humans? Here's what project researcher said

Exclusive: Divesh Lala, a member of the project who programmed the script to find and classify solo and shared laughter by robot ERICA, shares the significance of the research which could enable robots to laugh like humans

The android ERICA is a human-like conversational robot(screengrab/ Kyoto University)
The android ERICA is a human-like conversational robot(screengrab/ Kyoto University)
Updated on Sep 18, 2022 01:01 PM IST

Scientists develop robot who can laugh like humans: Report

This study is a pivotal step towards adding humanness to robots. Laughter is a very privileged and complex human emotion. The sense of humour differs from person to person. Even the type and extent of laughter is very subjective.

Robots are learning even to replicate human emotions. (Representational Image/ Photo by Andy Kelly on Unsplash)
Robots are learning even to replicate human emotions. (Representational Image/ Photo by Andy Kelly on Unsplash)
Updated on Sep 17, 2022 06:52 PM IST

Saree-clad robot receives startup’s loan documents from bank employees in Kochi

The video of a saree-clad robot receiving loan documents from bank employees in Kochi was posted on Twitter.

The image shows the saree-clad robot receiving loan documents from bank employees.(Twitter/@Ananth_IRAS)
The image shows the saree-clad robot receiving loan documents from bank employees.(Twitter/@Ananth_IRAS)
Updated on Sep 10, 2022 03:23 PM IST

Stanford University's ‘OceanOneK’: All you need to know about the robot

The machine has been developed to locate shipwrecks and sunken planes deep inside the ocean where human divers cannot reach.

The OceanOneK robot. (Andrew Brodhead/Stanford News Service)
The OceanOneK robot. (Andrew Brodhead/Stanford News Service)
Published on Aug 01, 2022 10:22 AM IST
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