Zeno "boy" robot: Let me introduce myself (w/ Video)
Back in 2007, we did a report on Zeno, a humanoid robot with a remarkable range of movement and impressive artificial intelligence that was aimed at the children?s toy market. Built by Hanson Robotics, the 17-inch (43 cm) tall robot could stand, make eye contact and had artificial intelligence software with voice recognition to enable it to engage in conversations. Projected retail price was US$300. Five years later, Hanson has released a YouTube video announcing that the latest version of Zeno is going into production, though it?s a bit taller and a lot more expensive... Continue Reading Hanson Robotics unveils latest version of its Zeno humanoid robotSection: RoboticsTags: Artificial Intelligence, Humanoid, Robot, Robotics Related Articles: Zeno robot learns through artificial intelligence The Iceman buildeth ? using water from his heating system Evolution Robotics unveils New ER2 Personal Robot WALL-E toy gets gift of robotic life Korea shows its robotics prowess with a rival for Asimo Aldebaran Robotics'
(Phys.org) -- Hanson Robotics is showing its new humanoid robot boy that belongs in its Robokind portfolio of robots, a 2012 reincarnation of its earlier cartoonlike Zeno boy but this time more ...
Sat 4 Aug 12 from Phys.org
Back in 2007, we did a report on Zeno, a humanoid robot with a remarkable range of movement and impressive artificial intelligence that was aimed at the children?s toy market. Built by Hanson ...
Thu 2 Aug 12 from Gizmag
Hanson Robotics' latest version of its Zeno R-50 robot gets a new face, hints at cheaper cousins
Wed 1 Aug 12 from IEEE Spectrum
Hanson Robotics must be pretty proud to have paraded their very first production unit that hails from their miniature humanoid robot range, calling it the Robokind. Sporting a rather ...
Wed 1 Aug 12 from Ubergizmo
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