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Advanced Humanoid Robots 2017 ( Humans and machines interact as robots come to CES)?
Description: Las Vegas crowds dazzled as the latest innovations in robotic technology are showcased at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES).SHOWS: LAS VEGAS, NEVADA, UNITED STATES (JANUARY 5, 2016) (REUTERS - ACCESS ALL)1. VIEW OF CES EXHIBITION HALL AT LAS VEGAS CONVENTION CENTER2. VIEW OF CROWDS3. PEOPLE LOOKING AT EXHIBITS4. VIEW OF HANSON ROBOTICS' 'EINSTEIN' ROBOT ON DISPLAY AT 'EINSTEIN' ROBOT INTERACTING WITH HANSON ROBOTICS FOUNDER DAVID CLOSE-UP OF 'EINSTEIN' ROBOT'S (SOUNDBITE) (English) HANSON ROBOTICS CEO AND FOUNDER DAVID HANSON, SAYING:"Our professor Einstein product can sit with you and keep your schedule, have a conversation with you, teach science with you, play with you. It's kind of a robotic companion."8. HANSON HOLDING HANDS WITH EINSTEIN (SOUNDBITE) (English) HANSON ROBOTICS CEO AND FOUNDER DAVID HANSON, SAYING:"Einstein and professor Einstein represent a breakthrough for the way that people can interface with computers. This is a big thing because right now there are a lot of cool robots out there in the world, a lot of artificial intelligence coming along, but making that emotional, natural connection can use an animated character."10. 'EINSTEIN' ROBOTS ON (SOUNDBITE) (English) HANSON ROBOTICS CEO AND FOUNDER DAVID HANSON, SAYING:"So we're developing leading edge artificial intelligence that we hope within ten years will mean that these robots will actually be fully conscious so bring them into our family today in this kind of baby-like form then lets our AI (artificial intelligence) get smarter over time."12. VARIOUS OF CHINESE COMPANY QIHAN'S SANBOT ROBOT DANCING13. PEOPLE WATCHING14. (SOUNDBITE) (English) RYAN WU, VICE PRESIDENT, QIHAN, SAYING:"For business, the main application is for retail, hospitality, healthcare and children's education. For a personal electronic it is going to apply to office and in house and play as a remote assistant."14. MORE OF 'SANBOT' ROBOT DANCING IN CES EXHIBITION HALL15. (SOUNDBITE) (English) RYAN WU, VICE PRESIDENT, QIHAN, SAYING:"Through your mobile phone you can remotely control the robot to walk in the house and make interaction, I mean tell you to make interaction with your family."16. SANBOTS LOOKING AT CAMERASTORY: Professor Albert Einstein may have died more than half a century ago, but at CES Las Vegas on Thursday (January 5), the robotic replicas of the renowned scientist looked around, made eye contact and has been reincarnated in the form of a so-called 'empathetic' robot that pushes the boundaries of automation by being able to interact with people using emotional by the Hong Kong-based Hanson Robotics, the rubberized rendition of Einstein's head and shoulders with piercing movable eyes, white hair and distinctive mustache dazzled the crowds at the Las Vegas Convention Center."Our professor Einstein product can sit with you and keep your schedule, have a conversation with you, teach science with you, play with you. It's kind of robotic companion," explained David Hanson, the CEO and Founder of Hanson Einstein robot is a humanoid robot and it is able to form delicate facial expressions and respond to his environment, thanks to cameras inside his eyes and motors underneath the rubber-like skin."Einstein and professor Einstein represent a breakthrough for the way that people can interface with computers. This is a big thing because right now there are a lot of cool robots out there in the world, a lot of artificial intelligence coming along, but making that emotional, natural connection can use an animated character," said 's creators believe that one day computers will be able to relate to people -- listening and responding at a level not yet seen."So we're developing leading edge artificial intelligence that we hope within ten years will mean that these robots will actually be fully conscious so bringing them into our family today in this kind of baby-like form then lets our AI get smarter over time," explained firm Qihan, which is looking to crack the increasingly competitive personal robot market, showcased their 'Sanbot' robot at personal android helper market is becoming increasingly crowded, but Qihan is confident that Sanbot's advanced artificial intelligence (AI) technology sets it apart from is designed for use by retailers, hoteliers, schools, nursing homes and other customer-oriented industries to deliver smart, personalized, services."For business, the main application is for retail, hospitality, healthcare and children's education. For a personal electronic it is going to apply to office and in house and play as a remote assistant," explained Ryan Wu, Qihan's Vice has two wheels and can rotate 360 degrees and move automatically, stopping automatically when it encounters also knows a few dance moves, as the crowds at CES and rear cameras allow Sanbot
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