Using ChatGPT technology, robots do unimaginable things like humans

 This development brings us closer to a future where robots can seamlessly integrate into our lives through natural language interaction. Figure's Figure 01 robot is designed to automate tasks that could affect human work in the future.

A product based on a collaboration with OpenAI in January 2024, Figure 01 demonstrates the robot's ability to enhance perception, reasoning and interaction. The newly released video above provides a glimpse into these advances.

Through OpenAI's language models, Figure 01 can now interpret its surroundings and engage in conversation. The video demonstrates the robot's ability to identify objects, understand common commands, and respond accordingly. When given a request to eat, Figure 01 recognizes that the apple is edible and gives it to the requester. Notably, the robot explains the reasons for its choices, highlights its ability to not only react but also provides explanations for its actions.

Figure 01 is doing the unthinkable.

Figure 01 is doing the unthinkable.

Figure 01 continues to demonstrate its understanding of broader situations. It collects nearby trash with a simple command and even recognizes the need to move dishes to the drying rack. Although the robot takes some time to process each command, the ability to grasp the intention behind the commands is an important step toward intuitive interaction between humans and robots.

Figure 01's official launch date has yet to be revealed, however, the partnership with OpenAI underscores their commitment to accelerating the commercial deployment of these robots. This development has the potential to revolutionize various industries by introducing robots that can not only perform tasks but also effectively collaborate with humans through natural language.

Unitree's first humanoid robot - Unitree H1 V3.0 Evolution can run at a speed of 7.38 mph (3.29m/s) on flat ground. This robot broke the Guinness World Record for the fastest moving humanoid robot.

According to Unitree's website, the multi-purpose H1 robot is equipped with an “innovative drive system that provides the ultimate in speed, power, maneuverability and flexibility,” making it a “powerful multi-purpose humanoid robot strongest in the world".

The previous speed record for a robot belonged to Boston Dynamics' Atlas with a travel speed of 5.59 mph (2.5m/s).

Robot Unitree H1 V3.0 Evolution.

Robot Unitree H1 V3.0 Evolution.

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Unitree was founded in 2017. The startup wants legged robots to become as common and affordable as modern devices like drones and smartphones.

The Unitree H1 V3.0 Evolution robot can move its arms, legs and torso flexibly and even perform choreographed dance moves in the demonstration video. This ability shows that robots can do more than walk; With whole-body coordination, the robot can reproduce complex human movements.

Furthermore, the robot's ability to jump in place to a height equivalent to the person standing next to it is also very impressive. With the new version now equipped with improved dynamic movement capabilities, the H1 can easily turn down stairs and go up them.

The H1 Unitree H1 V3.0 Evolution humanoid robot is approximately 71 inches (1800mm) tall, weighs approximately 100 pounds (47 kg), and has a Unitree gear train and high-torque joint motor. Another feature of the humanoid robot is its 15-ah battery with a capacity of 0.863kWh.

The robot is equipped with a depth camera and 3D LiDAR sensor for observation. The robot has five degrees of freedom (DOF) in the leg joints and four in the arms.

Unitree has begun accepting pre-orders for its H1 humanoid robot product since last year and expects delivery in mid-2024. The expected price is from 90,000 - 150,000 USD (from 2.22 - 3,000 USD). 71 billion VND). Unitree aims to compete with major "competitors" such as Boston Robotics Atlas, Tesla Optimus and Agility Robotics Digit.

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