Honda unveils human-like robot

Gadget better than the 2005 version and will help people carry out some dangerous tasks.

    Honda, the Japanese corporation primarily known as a manufacturer of cars and motorcycles, has unveiled an upgrade of its human-like robot.

    Honda hopes that Asimo, which can now move much faster than the 2005 version and has improved dexterity, can be used as a tool to help people carry out some dangerous or difficult tasks.

    Sonia Gallego reports.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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