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humanoid

1. a being with human rather than anthropoid characteristics
2. (in science fiction) a robot or creature resembling a human being
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At the RISE 2017 technology conference held in Hong Kong in July last year, the humanoid did not terrify anyone among the thousands of attendees at the global conference for startups.
This is because mechanical stimulation is present in humanoids, and it prepares the human tissue to stresses and conditions that are present once they have been transplanted to a human body.
Iranian teams at the 2016 Robocup competition not only took first place but also third place in the most-watched division of adult-sized humanoid robots playing soccer.
Humanoid robotics is a challenging research field with very ambitious goals for the near future.
Humanoid robot from France, will help special needs children.
I have sourced out some of the best and most advanced robots including humanoids, quadrupeds, hexapods, flying robots and pet robots from all over the world," Susheela George, Founder of Merryland, told XPRESS.
A robot creator has revealed that he is creating the first humanoid to go into space as an astronaut's companion, writes Kimberly Lobo.
Scientists even hope some of the humanoid designs will one day compete - and beat - humans in football matches, the Daily Mail reported.
95 (9781594650208) Grades 10 and up It's no exaggeration to say that Humanoids is a legendary publisher.
Summary: Robot fanatics bring their metal humanoids to China's Robot Olympics to pit their creations against each other in agility tests.
The humanoids seemed to be taking samples as they moved down the road and thewhole experience lasted for several minutes.