Chinese robots can "wink" and "draw"
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Chinese robots can "wink" and "draw"
Last Updated(Beijing Time):2006-05-10 14:25


These two versions of robots were individually China's first robot, called Tong Tong (R), that can mimic human expressions and China's maiden robot called Bei Qi that can draw like humans.
Two newest robots to mimic humans developed by the Institute of Automation of the Chinese China's Academy of Sciences faced the public in the afternoon of May 9th at the foundation laying ceremony of the China Science & Technology Museum's new facility at Beijing's Olympic Park.
 
These two versions of robots were individually China's first robot, called Tong Tong, that can mimic human expressions and China's maiden robot called Bei Qi that can draw like humans. The former can show expressions through its eyes, using winks and blinks and the latter can draw on the spot. Both represent the current highest level of achievement of China's robotic research aiming to mimic humans.
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