Thursday, 26 April 2018
 
  Home arrow Artificial Intelligence arrow Japanese develop female android  
Main Menu
Home
About us
Email
Blog
Forum
Search
How To Order
Contact Us
Private Policy
Terms of use
Articles/Tutorials
Artificial Intelligence
Robotics
Products Categories
Robotics Solar Robotics

List All Products


Advanced Search
Product Scroller
JRT RP1084
JRT RP1084


JRT RP1074
JRT RP1074


JRT RP1071
JRT RP1071


JRT RP1098
JRT RP1098


Bicore Experimenterís PCB
Bicore Experimenterís PCB


JRT Shop
  New 
New
Top 
Top Ten
Special 
Special
Random 
Random
 
Robotic Arm
Robotic Arm

Avoider III
Avoider III


Robotic Arm
Robotic Arm

JRT RP1078
JRT RP1078


JRT RP1066
JRT RP1066


Download J Robotics's listed product's catalog. To download please click here. | For free E-Mail id like myname@jrt.in, register with us.  
Japanese develop female android Print E-mail

The robots - named Promet - are being developed by the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, and can run errands. They are designed to respond to verbal instructions and are capable of capturing three-dimensional images of objects and locating them through an infrared sensor.

"We are hoping to make them something comparable to service dogs," Isao Hara, senior researcher at the institute in Japan's technology hub of Tsukuba, just northeast of Tokyo, said of the pair of robots painted in silver and blue. "I think it's quite possible for them to interact with humans. We are now studying how robots can join the human society."

As Hara tells one of the two robots, "Please come here," it responds with a robotic voice saying, "What can I do for you?"

Asked to turn on the TV, Promet repeats the instructions, "I will turn on the TV" before he executes the command.

When Hara asks for a bottle of juice, the two demonstrate a more advanced task, one relays the instruction to the other, saying "Please take care of this."

The second robot huddles to a refrigerator, stands in front of it for a while, saying "Confirming the location of the refrigerator." Then he says "Searching for the juice," slowly opens the door with a right hand, grabs a bottle of drink with his left hand, shuts the fridge, then walks back to him, squats down at the table and carefully places it on the coffee table.

"Thank you!" Hara says.

Hara said the robots can make most human movements, except for running, which could cause a lot of noise and shaking because of the weight of iron-made robots and their designs.

"In order to interact with people, a robot must be able to carry out conversation ... and also monitor objects, register them and act on its own," he said. "Just like service dogs, they can provide assistance. For instance, when you don't feel well or you can't walk due to leg injury, a robot can fetch things for you or assist you in a way that can make your life a lot easier."

 
Next >
JRT Videos

You need to a flashplayer enabled browser to view this YouTube video  

more videos....

Newsletter/Register

Advertisement

© 2018 J Robotics Technologies, India

Get The Best Free Joomla Templates at www.joomla-templates.com