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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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Yousefi-Koma expects that some of the technology developed for the humanoid could find applications in manufacturing, healthcare, and other industries.
Humanoid AISOY Raspberry Pi robot will teach basic addition and subtraction while Nao, the 57-cm tall Evolution Humanoid robot from France, will help special needs children.
There have been robots sent to space, but my humanoid will go to space as an astronaut's companion, and it will be able to respond to the human's voice," said Takahashi.
Most interesting of all is The BERT2 humanoid, which can interact with humans using an expressive face and artificial hands.
29 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- STMicroelectronics , one of the world's leading semiconductor companies, and the Waseda University Humanoid Robotics Institute (HRI), a global leader in state-of-the-art robotics research, today announced the development of a high-performance two-wheel inverted pendulum robot, called WV-1 (Waseda wheeled Vehicle-No.
In both two and three dimensions, he could transform the human body, whether the Venus de Milo or a heroic academic nude, into a chest of drawers with nipples for knobs--a kind of humanoid carpentry also explored by Picasso, not to mention Goya, in one of his most famous Caprichos, which depicts foolish women wedded to chairs placed upside down on their heads.
No, not everyone will be in costume at Creation Entertainment's Grand Slam Convention, but chances are you will see people dressed as crew of the Starship Enterprise as well as pointy-eared Vulcans, humanoid Borgs and other alien races.
Many are using their tentacles under cover of the generators to play native sports like "football" often covering their awkwardness with communication (the aliens make sounds at one another) by posing as humanoids from distant lands.
Although we realized quickly that humanoid automata wasn't the answer, we learned too late.
As a solution to these constraints a humanoid robot is proposed to achieve the described tasks in real-use cases provided by Airbus Group.
The humanoids do not run, just walk (or clank) to the ball, and then take their time finding the goal posts and lining up a kick.