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Chinese EV Startup Wants to Build a Rideable Unicorn Robot

 
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 09, 2021 4:27 am    Post subject: Chinese EV Startup Wants to Build a Rideable Unicorn Robot Reply with quote




It's okay to buy robot dogs for your kids, you could just buy them as mythical creatures instead. Chinese EV maker Xpeng has mocked the robot unicorns for wanting kids to ride, according to the SCMP. The four-legged will leverage Xpeng's experience of autonomous driving and other AI tasks to navigate multiple terrain types,

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recognize objects and provide "emotional interaction".The company is shy on most other details, although the design looks and jogs like Boston Robotics' much cuter and kid-friendly game Spot. It's about as tall as a child. Excuse me. You won't walk to work.

This robot unicorn is just as legendary as it is 'real'. Xpeng hasn't revealed when it is expected to deliver a horned robot. Let alone price or availability. It might not be as expensive as the $75,000 Spot, but we expect this complex to cost $2,900 more than the Aibo in 2019.

Profits are above the point, said He Xiaopeng, head of Xpeng, that unicorns are part of a move to a broader robotics space by leveraging the company's existing technology. Think of this as the first step. What Xpeng learns from Unicorn may make you more likely to buy more sophisticated robots. (and hopefully suitable for adults)
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