With its A3-x18 series of mobile robots, Honda made a big impression by unveiling no less than 4 robots, beating its rival LG who had brought to Las Vegas 3 versions of its robot CLOi. These robots have given their demonstrator a hard time at their public presentation, proof if these robots seem close to the stage of commercialization, the AIs remain perfectible. However, these service robots were robbed by a Chinese robot, the Ubtech Walker. This humanoid with no arms (!) and swaying gait is undoubtedly the most sympathetic domestic assistant of the ESC. Finally, how can we forget Sony’s Aibo, which is reborn from its ashes and could well be the success that escaped its ancestor.
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