The Chinese-speaking Albert Einstein robot stole the spotlight during the first day of the World Robotics Conference in Beijing. The health, industrial and service fields, and according to the British newspaper “Daily Mail”, the robot is one of the most android Intelligent, ever developed and fluent in Mandarin.
More than 110 companies display their best creations at the . Center Etrong International Exhibition and Convention Center, including everything from industrial assembly line robots to servants and machines capable of performing complex surgeries, other notable features include a robot dog with high-quality cameras and radar sensors.
For his part, the company’s marketing manager said that the dog machine, which was made by DeepRobotics It can detect its position in real time to remain flexible and stable.
They added that “its biggest advantage is that it can replace humans to complete some tasks in complex and dangerous scenarios,” for example, it can adapt to terrain such as stairs, slopes, cobbled roads and grass..”
A robot capable of performing complex medical surgery
There is also what is referred to as a nursing robot – a mechanical wheelchair that can move someone to the bathtub or toilet, and then back to bed, all on its own, and its founder sees China, with its large elderly population, as the largest market for this type of artificial intelligence.
A robot capable of performing medical surgery
“Most young people today are not ready to take on this job, so there is a huge gap in workers who can take care of disabled elderly people,” they said.
On the other hand, another human-like robot boasts its ability to play the piano and chess and can even write and draw pictures. It is 1.45 meters (4 feet 9) tall and weighs 77 kilograms. The service robot can also provide massages and perform routine chores such as drilling, operating coffee machines and opening the refrigerator..
Other robots are designed to be cognitive fountains capable of answering almost any question a lay human asks – perfect for the likes of museums, tourist attractions, train stations or airports..
The latest developments in parcel delivery were also presented, as one robot was designed to transport parcels to the customer’s door and release them using facial recognition technology..