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10. BRETT (UC Berkeley): The robot BRETT, may not look very human, but it employs a new form of artificial intelligence known as Deep Learning. Deep Learning gives BRETT a way to use sensory and visual information about its environment to build networks of information, resulting in it learning how to do things itself. 9. Telenoid (Miraikan): That being said, the function of Telenoid was designed to humanize long-distance communication as an advanced conferencing tool. Telenoid can capture a user’s voice, face, and head movements, and it even responds to hugs. Audio lessons can be programmed into the Telenoid so it can be used to teach languages. 8. EveR-4 (KITECH): EveR is a series of female androids created by South Korean scientists from the Korea Institute of Industrial Technology, headed by Baeg Moon-hong. The name EveR is derived from the Biblical name “Eve,” and ‘r’ for robot. The first EveR-1 was built in a year from $321,000 in state funds. 7. Pepper (SoftBank): In 2014, Masayoshi son, the CEO of wireless carrier SoftBank, exhibited Pepper. He called it the first robot capable of recognizing human emotions. Pepper has four directional microphones that help it identify the direction of a sound, while also utilizing an infrared ’emotion recognition sensor.’ Not only that, but Pepper is being sold to consumers at the convenient price of just $2,000. 6. Kirobo (University of Tokyo): Kirobo was designed by the University of Tokyo and mastermind roboticist Tomotaka Takahashi, who founded ROBO-GARAGE in 1999. Kirobo is Japan’s first robot astronaut, and it accompanied Koichi Wakata, the Japanese commander of the International Space Station, in 2013. 5. Otonaroid and Kodomoroid (Miraikan): Created by Hiroshi Ishiguro for Japan’s National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation , Otonaroid and Kodomoroid continue to raise the bar for humanoid robots. Otonaroid appears as a Japanese woman in her 30s, and can carry conversation. Kodomoroid resembles a young girl, and can read in multiple languages, and even respond in a male voice. 4. PETMAN (DARPA): The Protection Ensemble Test Mannequin, or PETMAN for short, was designed by the Pentagon’s DARPA. PETMAN is DARPA’s most human-seeming robot yet. It is bipedal, and has the ability to climb stairs, do push-ups, jog, balance itself, and do calisthenics. 3. NAO (Aldebaran Robotics): NAO is an autonomous and programmable humanoid robot developed by French robotics company, Aldebaran Robotics. Project Nao began in 2004, and in 2007 the robot replaced Sony’s robot dog Aibo as the official robot of the RoboCup Standard Platform Soccer League. NAO is only 23 inches tall and weighs 9.5 pounds. It is powered by an INTEL Atom processor. 2. Atlas (DARPA): Atlas is a 6-foot-tall bipedal humanoid robot, developed by Boston Dynamics for the Department of Defense’s DARPA program. The robot was designed using the PETMAN model, with four hydraulic-actuated limbs. It is created from aluminum and titanium. 1. ASIMO (Honda): The ASIMO project, or “Advanced Step in Innovative Mobility,” was started by Honda in 1986. It was the first real functioning, humanoid robot introduced to the world, and has gone through many upgrades and advances since. The robot is four feet tall and weighs 115 pounds. Its eyes are cameras, and it has five pliable fingers in each hand, which can easily grasp things and also communicate in Japanese sign language. IMAGE SOURCE: "GOOGLE SEARCH" SOURCE: http://www.therichest.com/rich-list/most-shocking/10-most-shockingly-human-like-robots-in-the-world/
NAO Akinator is the porting of 'Akinator the Web Genius' from the web to NAO Robot, which uses Elokence technology. NAO Akinator (in french, "le génie du web") can determine which character you're thinking of by asking you a series of questions. Akinator is amazing and this version on NAO Robot extends the user experience, which makes NAO smarter, and fun to play with! NAO Robot application created by Franck Calzada - NAO Developer Program Member
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