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Robot monkey replace people
Robot monkey replace people March 13, 2013
Scientists at Carnegie Mellon University (Carnegie Mellon University, CMU) have created a humanoid robot named CHIMP (chimpanzees) that having two arms and two legs, moves on rubber tracks. This extends the range of problems solved by it.
“Chimpanzee” can move on four legs or two. In the latter case, he released “hands” – trehpaltsevye manipulators.
CHIMP (Highly Intelligent Mobile Platform – highly intelligent mobile platform CMU) is part of an ambitious program of DARPA Robotics Challenge (DRC), which includes the development of anthropomorphic machines to perform various functions, such as driving, walking on the rocks, opening doors, climbing stairs, circulation with working tools, and more. But due to insufficient development of artificial intelligence robot control is still carried out by people.
The purpose of DRC – replace people with robots in areas of high risk. Launched last year, the program will run until the end of 2014.
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