Teaching a Robot Household Chores Is the Ultimate In Out-Of-The-Box Thinking

Teaching a Robot Household Chores Is the Ultimate In Out-Of-The-Box Thinking
technology

This handy tin can can sweep and vacuum around the house

Laura Yan
  • 28 january 2016

The Florida Institute for Human and Machine Cognition‘s (IHMC) Atlas is a humanoid robot, designed to help in disaster relief situations. In its downtime, it’s also practicing how to do human chores, like vacuuming and picking up bottles for the recycling bin.

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