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Leonardo
Leonardo

Leonardo is a 2.5 foot social robot, the first created by the Dr. Cynthia Breazeal at the Personal Robots Group of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The body is made by Stan Winston Studios, leaders in animatronics. Its body was completed in 2002.

John Kumph and Robopike
John Kumph and Robopike

John Kumph, a senior in mechanical engineering at MIT. Robopike, the first free-swimming robot fish, was a project started in 1993 with an aim to investigate the possibility of constructing a robotic submarine that could reproduce the way tuna and pike swim and see if they could find a superior system of propulsion for the autonomous underwater vehicles.

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Leonardo without fur
Leonardo without fur

Leonardo is a 2.5 foot social robot, the first created by the Dr. Cynthia Breazeal at the Personal Robots Group of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The body is made by Stan Winston Studios, leaders in animatronics. Its body was completed in 2002.

John Kumph and Robopike
John Kumph and Robopike

John Kumph, a senior in mechanical engineering at MIT. Robopike, the first free-swimming robot fish, was a project started in 1993 with an aim to investigate the possibility of constructing a robotic submarine that could reproduce the way tuna and pike swim and see if they could find a superior system of propulsion for the autonomous underwater vehicles.

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COG at MIT
COG at MIT

Cog was a project at the Humanoid Robotics Group of MIT. It was based on the hypothesis that human-level intelligence requires gaining experience from interacting with humans, like human infants do.

Robopike
Robopike

First free-swimming robot fish. The Robot Pike will be used in research into discovering why fish are such efficient swimmers.

Cynthia Breazeal with photo of Kismet
Cynthia Breazeal with photo of Kismet
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Maddox is a MDS (mobile, dexterous, social) robot from the MIT Media Lab.
Maddox is a MDS (mobile, dexterous, social) robot from the MIT Media Lab.
Cog's Hand
Cog's Hand

Cog was a project at the Humanoid Robotics Group of MIT. It was based on the hypothesis that human-level intelligence requires gaining experience from interacting with humans, like human infants do. 

COG
COG

Cog was a project at the Humanoid Robotics Group of MIT. It was based on the hypothesis that human-level intelligence requires gaining experience from interacting with humans, like human infants do. 

Rodney Brooks and Cog
Rodney Brooks and Cog

Rodney Brooks is the Panasonic Professor of Robotics (emeritus) at MIT.

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Kismet and Cynthia Breazeal
Kismet and Cynthia Breazeal

Kismet is a robot head made in the late 1990s at Massachusetts Institute of Technology by Dr. Cynthia Breazeal as an experiment in affective computing; a machine that can recognize and simulate emotions.

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Kismet
Kismet

Kismet is a robot head made in the late 1990s at Massachusetts Institute of Technology by Dr. Cynthia Breazeal as an experiment in affective computing; a machine that can recognize and simulate emotions.

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Leonardo
John Kumph and Robopike
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Leonardo without fur
John Kumph and Robopike
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COG at MIT
Robopike
Cynthia Breazeal with photo of Kismet
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PacBot_02.jpg
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Maddox is a MDS (mobile, dexterous, social) robot from the MIT Media Lab.
Cog's Hand
COG
Rodney Brooks and Cog
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Kismet and Cynthia Breazeal
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Kismet
Leonardo

Leonardo is a 2.5 foot social robot, the first created by the Dr. Cynthia Breazeal at the Personal Robots Group of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The body is made by Stan Winston Studios, leaders in animatronics. Its body was completed in 2002.

John Kumph and Robopike

John Kumph, a senior in mechanical engineering at MIT. Robopike, the first free-swimming robot fish, was a project started in 1993 with an aim to investigate the possibility of constructing a robotic submarine that could reproduce the way tuna and pike swim and see if they could find a superior system of propulsion for the autonomous underwater vehicles.

Leonardo without fur

Leonardo is a 2.5 foot social robot, the first created by the Dr. Cynthia Breazeal at the Personal Robots Group of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The body is made by Stan Winston Studios, leaders in animatronics. Its body was completed in 2002.

John Kumph and Robopike

John Kumph, a senior in mechanical engineering at MIT. Robopike, the first free-swimming robot fish, was a project started in 1993 with an aim to investigate the possibility of constructing a robotic submarine that could reproduce the way tuna and pike swim and see if they could find a superior system of propulsion for the autonomous underwater vehicles.

COG at MIT

Cog was a project at the Humanoid Robotics Group of MIT. It was based on the hypothesis that human-level intelligence requires gaining experience from interacting with humans, like human infants do.

Robopike

First free-swimming robot fish. The Robot Pike will be used in research into discovering why fish are such efficient swimmers.

Cynthia Breazeal with photo of Kismet
Maddox is a MDS (mobile, dexterous, social) robot from the MIT Media Lab.
Cog's Hand

Cog was a project at the Humanoid Robotics Group of MIT. It was based on the hypothesis that human-level intelligence requires gaining experience from interacting with humans, like human infants do. 

COG

Cog was a project at the Humanoid Robotics Group of MIT. It was based on the hypothesis that human-level intelligence requires gaining experience from interacting with humans, like human infants do. 

Rodney Brooks and Cog

Rodney Brooks is the Panasonic Professor of Robotics (emeritus) at MIT.

Kismet and Cynthia Breazeal

Kismet is a robot head made in the late 1990s at Massachusetts Institute of Technology by Dr. Cynthia Breazeal as an experiment in affective computing; a machine that can recognize and simulate emotions.

Kismet

Kismet is a robot head made in the late 1990s at Massachusetts Institute of Technology by Dr. Cynthia Breazeal as an experiment in affective computing; a machine that can recognize and simulate emotions.

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