Robot carries Olympic torch
4 monthes ago - By KCRA
A robot helped carry a burning torch in South Korea as part of the Olympic ceremonies.
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A robot carried the Olympic torch in South Korea
4 monthes ago - By New York Post
Robots are coming for the Olympics. On Monday, the Korean Advanced Institute of Science and Technology's humanoid robot, HUBO, carried the Pyeongchang 2018 Olympics relay torch during a stretch in Daejon, South Korea. HUBO - decked out in an Olympic beanie - received the torch from Professor Dennis Hong, the founding director of the Robotics...
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