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MIT’s robot borrows quick reflexes from a human pilot | Engadget


curated by | August 10, 2015

“Based on what we’ve seen at DARPA’s Robotics challenge finals, most humanoid machines are still stiff and hilariously clumsy. MIT’s new robot named ‘Hermes,’ however, moves a bit more gracefully and has human-like reflexes — because it’s hooked up to a human controller.”



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