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Google is seeking to sell the robotics lab Boston Dynamics
Company searching Google for a potential customer to a laboratory robot research of its Boston Dynamics Boston Dynamics, which got it in 2013 , according to a report published on Bloomberg.
The report adds that the company’s executives Olfabit mother responsible for Google’s wondering about the place of Boston Dynamics, and whether he can generate any real financial returns.
And it is expected to be sold to either Boston Dynamics Inc. Amazon or Twita Research Institute Inc.’s research and development of Toyota Motors, both companies and has experience in the use of robots.
The laboratory was founded in 1992 by Marc Ripert, it was regarded as a separate part of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology MIT.
The research centered on robots that move in ways that resemble the animal, has been funded largely by the United States Agency for Defense Advanced Projects Research and DARPA.
This is part of Boston Dynamics to build robots that look as though they belong to science fiction movies, and often are the US military involvement in the design of these robots or funding.
Featuring high-powered robots on balance even on uneven surfaces, notably BigDog robot which is being developed specifically for the US Army.
BigDog robot and can run at speeds of 6.4 kilometers per hour, carrying about 150 kg extra on the basic weight of 110 kg.
Others include Boston Dynamics products Robtot cheetah Cheetah, which is the fastest robot tired legs in the world, in addition to the robot RiSE, and who can climb and climb vertical terrain such as walls, trees and fences.
The company uses Amazon e-commerce of thousands of robots within its stores, so as to reduce operating costs and to regulate and output packages applications more quickly.
Toyota research firm in January and said it hired a team of scientists and engineers to provide assistance and the use of artificial intelligence and robotics research in leadership.Viewing:-187
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