Robots Google to sell their first humanoid robot

Google to sell their first humanoid robot

Internet giant Google is more than the search engine: they’re also behind a series of robots that might just change the world… or some business.


Google’s robot can run, climb and even drive a car, and has completed DARPA Robotics Challenge too. Commercial enterprises are now able to buy the HRP-2 designed by Schaft, a subsidiary from Google, and employ it for several purposes.

Google had been working as of now with driverless cars, that didn’t have steering wheels or pedals, but this is their first foray into humanoid robots, and from the data gathered from their DARPA tests, it’s a total success. So, how long will it be before we can have one of these in our homes?

Source: RT


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