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Monkey King is China's first battle bot prototype, claims its creator Greatmetal. This human-operated robot is able to fight on two legs or on all fours. Expect Monkey King to battle the winner of a bot showdown between Japan and the U.S. in August, 2017.
Autonomous mobile robots from Chinese technology company Hikvision. These robots are ultra-efficient at tasks like sorting packages, moving pallets, and parking cars. The video from Hikvision shows the impressive bots in action.
Disney Research Hub focuses on robot-human interaction and robotic travel. Their latest creation is a one-legged autonomous robot that can jump 19 times for 7 seconds.
Let the pink mustache take control.
General Motors and Swedish company Bioservo Technologies partnered to develop RoboGlove, the robotic power glove based on the NASA project Robonaut 2.
The RoboGlove will give people super-strength. Evildoers beware.
This former town within a Naval base – now dubbed "GoMentum Station" – is the perfect testing ground for Honda's self-driving cars.
The car maker's R&D arm is close to signing a deal for not only Boston Dynamics, but also Google's Japanese robotics company, Schaft.
Disney has a wall-climbing robot that can transition from ground to wall with ease. Vertigo, a four wheel robot is controlled by an onboard computer. It uses two propellers to thrust onto walls.
A Dubai Police McLaren 650S faces off against a racing drone in this promo video for World Drone Prix racing.