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Aldebaran’s Nao Robot Now Half Price, also Learns Ninja Skills and how to Prank Call…

The world’s most popular humanoid robot Nao is used by over 600 Universities around the world to study and teach  everything robotic. Aldebaran Robotics humanoid robot is now available to the public and at half the price he will be walking out the door.

Presented for your viewing pleasure are the latest examples of Nao’s evolving skills, including his stint as a comedian specializing in prank calls to Siri. His Ninja abilities are also coming along nicely. Sit back relax and prepare to meet your new robotic friend.

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Nao Robot Learns To Drive, Now Needs To Learn How To Flip Off Other Drivers…

While Google’s self driving car is the obvious way to remove the human driver from the equation there is a far cooler way to do it, teach a humanoid robot to drive a normal car like we do. The Nao robot has this week learned to do just that, driving a little mini BMW Z4 around, avoiding obstacles and reversing like a champ.

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The Battle of the Humanoid Robot Music Video, DARPA’s Atlas versus NAO…

Our humanoid robotic brethren continue to evolve at an astounding rate, while many never seem to be able to find their way out of the lab a small number have evolved to the advanced level of being able to perform in music videos.

Presented for your viewing pleasure tonight is the Battle of the Humanoid Robots Music Video, featuring two of the most advanced robotic creations battle it out on the dance floor. DARPA’s Atlas superhuman robot will match its moves against the little Astroboy wonder that is Nao.

The pinnacle of technological design presented in music video form, a music video montage of the robotic kind.  Which cybernetic dance machine makes the best music video?

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