Leonardo robot, MIT, USA

Leonardo robot, MIT, USA


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Leonardo robot playing with a toy. Leonardo was designed by a collaboration between the Stan Winston Studio and Professor Cynthia Breazeal, of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Artificial Intelligence (AI) lab. Leonardo follows Professor Breazeal's work with the interactive robot Kismet, which could observe and react to the people around it. Leonardo has 61 degrees of freedom, over half of them in its face, allowing it a wide range of realistic movements and expressions. It has had its fur skin removed here. Photographed in 2003.

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