News bulletin Current location：Home > Information Center > News bulletin
Intelligent robots shine at Summer Davos Forum
Is the fourth industrial revolution coming? Insiders have not yet reached consensus on this. Intelligent robots which will make debuts at the World Economic Forum in Tianjin, a port city of northern China have become stars and the 4.0 industry is expected to attract attention again worldwide.
Realistic robot Jia Jia
Jia Jia can talk and interact with real humans, as well as make some facial expressions. It was developed by a research team at the University of Science and Technology of China in Hefei, Anhui province.
Jia Jia has worked as a guide at school and in shopping malls, and also has a hostess in a TV show.
Humanoid robot Junko Chihira speaks three languages
Toshiba's humanoid robot Junko Chihira can speak three languages and works in a mall. She can exchange with consumers in accordance with the preset language and contents.
The developers say that Junko Chihira will learn to speak more languages and realize more man-machine communication in time. Its usage will be based in the health sector and will also be used as a companion.
Mybot is a humanoid robot with memory
Mybot is under development and will be used in the service sector in the future.
YuMi -- a Robot for You and Me
YuMi has been used as an assistant in the assembly of electronic products including smartphones and tablets.
SIX-LEGGED "SNAKE MONSTER"
Developed by Carnegie Mellon University, the robot Snake Monster with six legs looks more like an insect than a snake.
It can be used in exploration, disaster relief and medical care.
RoboBee is a tiny robot capable of tethered flight, developed by a robotics research team at Harvard University. To achieve flight, they created artificial muscles capable of beating the wings 120 times per second. The goal of the RoboBee project is to make a fully autonomous swarm of flying robots for applications such as search and rescue and artificial pollination. The 3-centimeter wingspan of the RoboBee makes it the smallest man-made device modeled on an insect to achieve flight.