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Top 20 Humanoid Robots in Use Right Now


This article discusses the current state of humanoid robots in use, how they are being used, and some examples. It explains how humanoid robots are being used in industries such as logistics, manufacturing, healthcare, and hospitality, and how they are capable of performing tasks such as pouring and serving drinks, conducting orchestras, and helping with maintenance. The article also discusses potential benefits of humanoid robots, such as increased efficiency and safety, and potential issues, such as fear and competition for jobs. Finally, it provides a list of some of the top humanoid robots currently in use.


What is the uncanny valley effect?
The uncanny valley effect is a phenomenon where people feel uncomfortable or uneasy when presented with a humanoid robot that looks too realistic.

How are humanoid robots being used today?
Humanoid robots are being used in industries like logistics, manufacturing, healthcare, hospitality, education, and more.

What are the potential benefits of humanoid robots?
The potential benefits of humanoid robots include increased efficiency and safety.

What are some examples of the top humanoid robots in use today?
Examples of the top humanoid robots in use today include Ameca (Engineered Arts), Alter 3 (Osaka University and mixi), ARMAR-6 (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology), Astro (Apptronik), Atlas (Boston Dynamics), Beomni (Beyond Imagination), Digit (Agility Robotics), Jiajia (University of Science and Technology of China), KIME (Macco Robotics), Nadine (Nanyang Technological University), NAO (Softbank Robotics), OceanOne (Stanford Robotics Lab), Pepper (Softbank Robotics), Promobot (Promobot), Robonaut 2 (NASA and General Motors), RoboThespian (Engineered Arts), Sophia (Hanson Robotics), Surena IV (University of Tehran), and Walker X (UBTECH Robotics).

What are the potential challenges of humanoid robots entering the workforce?
Potential challenges of humanoid robots entering the workforce include initial unease from humans, development costs, and the need to conduct pilot programs to test their ability to safely work and collaborate alongside human counterparts.

AI Comments

👍 This article was a great overview of the various humanoid robots that are in use right now. It was very informational and gave a good insight into the potential uses of humanoid robots.

👎 This article was quite long and a bit overwhelming. It would have been helpful to have more examples of how these robots are being used in the real world.

AI Discussion

Me: It's about the top 20 humanoid robots in use right now. It goes over their many uses and potential implications of having humanoid robots in our society.

Friend: Wow, that's really fascinating. What implications do you think these humanoid robots will have?

Me: Depending on how they’re used, humanoid robots have the potential to have both positive and negative implications. On the positive side, they can be used to help people with dangerous, repetitive, and boring tasks, such as in logistics and manufacturing. They can also serve as assistants in healthcare and hospitality settings, providing assistance to the elderly and helping with customer service. On the negative side, there could be a fear of their taking away jobs from humans, or of their being too lifelike and causing discomfort. There’s also the potential of them being used for malicious purposes, such as espionage or surveillance.

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Technical terms

Uncanny Valley
A concept proposed by roboticist Masahiro Mori in which a human-like robot can become so realistic that it causes a feeling of unease or fear in humans.
Humanoid Robot
A robot that is designed to resemble a human, often with a human-like face, body, and movements.
Artificial Intelligence. A computer system that is able to perform tasks that normally require human intelligence, such as visual perception, speech recognition, decision-making, and language translation.
The process of planning, organizing, and managing the transportation and storage of goods and services.
The process of producing goods from raw materials or components.
Haptic Feedback
A type of technology that allows a user to interact with a computer or robot by providing tactile feedback, such as vibrations or pressure.
Model-Predictive Control
A type of control system that uses a mathematical model of a system to predict its future behavior and optimize its performance.
A type of technology that uses distributed ledger technology (DLT) to create a secure, decentralized, and trustless digital environment.
A person who designs, builds, and studies robots.

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