Artificial Intelligence

These 5 robots could soon become part of our everyday lives

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Recent advances in artificial intelligence (AI) are leading to the emergence of a new class of robot. Image: Quartz

Pieter Abbeel
Professor.; co-founder and chief scientist, Covariant; host, The Robot Brains Podcast, UC Berkeley
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