Watch How Robot Waiter is replacing waiters at Alibaba's high-tech Restaurant

Watch How Robot Waiter is Replacing Waiters at Alibaba’s High-Tech Restaurant

At Alibaba’s Shanghai restaurant you may meet the robot waiter, these robots will serve you via the Hema app. Hema app tells customers where to sit in the restaurant and is used to pay for meals as well as to order more food once seated. Once the food is ready, small pod-like robots scurry out on shiny tracks to deliver it straight to the table.

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Robots grow mini-organs from human stem cells for The First Time

Robots grow mini-organs from human stem cells for The First Time

Robot can do everything that is possible or impossible, now robots grow mini-organs, or “organoids”, as scientists claim, from human stem cells which are used for experimental research for the first time. An automated system that uses robots has been designed to rapidly produce human mini-organs derived from stem cells said researchers at the University of Washington School of Medicine.

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ATLAS humanoid robot

DARPA challenge unveiled the complete version ATLAS humanoid robot

The American agency of perspective research defensive projects (DARPA challenge) continues development of biped humanoid robots. Earlier the public already got acquainted with Petman, joint development of DARPA challenge and Boston Dynamics. Later there was Pet-Proto, one of prototypes of the robot which carries the name ATLAS. Pet-Proto was presented last year and intended for demonstration of opportunities of the biped robot. It could overcome independently obstacles, making the decision on a way choice, to jump and clamber, maintains its balance even when hit with a 20 lb ball. It holds balance and remains standing after a side-winder a heavy ball. The humanoid robot quietly goes on a racetrack and overcomes obstacles. Robot height — 187 cm, weight — 150 kg, width of shoulders — 76 cm, in the head is located the whole set of sensors and sensors. The number of hydraulic joints is 28 pieces. Its vestibular mechanism is surprising and delights.

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Asimo Honda robot

Asimo Honda robot failed examination during own demonstration

On July 3 in a museum of science of Miraikan Honda showed the Asimo Honda robot. During the demonstration visitors were witnesses of how the robot confused people who raised hands for questions, with those who lifted phones for photographing implementation. The Asimo Honda robot stiffened in the middle of an event, continually repeating the programmed offer “Who wants to ask the question Asimo?” Duties of the robot include recognition of speech and providing answers to public questions, as is the most difficult task in development of robots. Also he is able to distinguish the child though, yet without understanding sense of its address or any other actions. The Asimo Honda robot guide is connected by radio connection to six sensors, located in a ceiling, for definition of a place of gathering of people in a museum. During own demonstration of Asimo went on a hall and answered a question of the features, projecting charts on the large-format screen. According to the company, in the humanoid are programmed 100 answers to the prepared questions.

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