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    Humanoid robot chats intelligently with interviewer

    Published on Apr 26, 2013

    Gay Singaporeans are often criticised for not producing children and contributing to expected decline in population if foreign talent is not imported. All futurologists point to the eventual attainment and surpassing of human intelligence by robots. They will eventually augment our population.
    In this video, a humanoid robot is able to comprehend and answer an interviewer with great wit even before we have reached the stage of being able to imbue a robot with human-level intelligence.

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    Human or humanoid? Tokyo museum hires new "guides"

    Published on Jun 24, 2014

    The robots meant to anticipate a time when androids are so lifelike that humans may have difficulty distinguishing them. Follow reporter Nick Barber on Twitter @nickjb

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    WeRobot 2015 Panel 1: “Who’s Johnny? (Anthropomorphizing Robots)”

    Published on Apr 29, 2015

    “Who’s Johnny?” Anthropomorphic framing in human-robot
    interaction, integration, and policy

    Author: Kate Darling
    Discussant: Ken Goldberg

    As we increasingly create spaces where robotic technology interacts with humans, our tendency to project lifelike qualities onto robots raises questions around use and policy. Based on a human-robot-interaction experiment conducted in our lab, this paper explores the effects of anthropomorphic framing in the introduction of robotic technology. It discusses concerns about anthropomorphism in certain contexts, but argues that there are also cases where encouraging anthropomorphism is desirable. Because people respond to framing, framing could serve as a tool to separate these cases.

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    Cyrohp: the first humanoid robot in Tunisia

    Published on May 25, 2015

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    Humanoid robot motions inspired by Emotional Locus of Music Signals

    Published on May 31, 2015

    This video is made by Charlie Hsu
    Supervisor: Dr. Stone Cheng
    Master Program of Sound and Music Innovative Technologies
    National Chiao Tung University, Hsinchu, Taiwan, ROC

    Development of Motion Rendering using Laban Movement Analysis to Humanoid Robots Inspired by Real-Time Emotional Locus of Music Signals
    The goal of this study is to explore the possibility of humanoid robots developing motion models inspired by the mechanisms of music emotions locus. In this way, the robot can become new modeling tools to expand the domain of motion rendering for emotions expression by anchoring it to a physical body. Consequently, complete robot control loops can be instantiated and not only algorithms but whole emotional behaviors validated.

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    Humanoid robot motions inspired by Emotional Locus of Music Signals-2

    Published on Jun 17, 2015

    Humanoid robot motions inspired by Emotional Locus of Music Signals-3

    Published on Jul 8, 2015

    Humanoid robot motions inspired by Emotional Locus of Music Signals-4

    Published on Sep 2, 2015

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    A spinkick of humanoid robot HAUSER

    Published on Feb 15, 2016

    Published on Feb 21, 2016

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    8 Indian humanoid robots and their success stories

    Published on Jun 12, 2018

    A survey claims that India ranks third in implementing robotic automation.

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    HBS-1: A modular child-size 3D printed humanoid

    Published on Aug 22, 2018

    An affordable, highly articulated, child-size humanoid robot could potentially be used for various purposes, widening the design space of humanoids for further study.
    "HBS-1: A Modular Child-Size 3D Printed Humanoid"

    by Lianjun Wu, Miles Larkin, Akshay Potnuru and Yonas Tadesse
    Humanoid, Biorobotics and Smart Systems Laboratory (HBS Lab), Department of Mechanical Engineering, The University of Texas at Dallas, Richardson TX 75080, USA
    January 13, 2016

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