Although many drones and robots current work thanks to LinuxIn this article we are going to number the 5 most interesting semiautonomous robots at the moment that execute their actions thanks to the penguin kernel and open source projects.
Not only are there drones that work thanks to Linux, too ground robots They do, and the best thing is that some of them can be purchased. Although their prices are still high for many of our pockets. And although Stephen Hawking and Elon Musk are getting scared about the dangers of artificial intelligence, which has them, they still do not have an AI to pose a problem.
Until they get to be more autonomous, which will take ..., and have a AI enough worrying to be dangerous, you can enjoy these robots without worrying about anything. Many of these robots can make your life easier, performing tasks around the home.
If you want to see the list Of these five robots that we are talking about, they are the following:
- iRobot Ava 500: it is a robot that can move and with a screen to offer a telepresence service for those who need to be present without being present. Its price is quite high and I do not think that many of you can afford to have one at home, relegating its use to the business field.
- SoftBank & Aldeberan Pepper: It is a humanoid robot that can perform certain interesting tasks, from acting as a clerk in a Nestlé store to being your best friend. One of its most interesting features is that it can detect emotions and hold conversations.
- Savioke SaviOne: it is a robot for room services that can act as an employee for a hotel. He is a great hotel helper who in the future could leave many workers in this sector in the queue of unemployment.
- MetraLabs / GS4 Scitos A5- Another mobile robot that can perform services for the community. Manufactured by the German company MetraLabs GmbH, a well-known and important developer of industrial and commercial robots.
- Unbounded Robotics UBR-1: it is a robot that has an arm that can perform tasks without tiring. His skills allow him to perform tasks such as setting the table, serving drinks, unloading or loading dishes from the dishwasher, etc.
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Trunk, the robot on the cover is the "Q.bo" probably the most affordable and the one most linked to Linux, and you're not talking about this!