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8 Cool Robots And AI That Wowed Us At CES 2020

Robo-Sharks? E.T.-shaped server robots? Toys that look like they came right out of the Transformers cartoon show? At CES 2020, anything is possible in the world of robots and AI.

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Robo-Shark

It's as if Jaws and the Terminator somehow created offspring. Robo-Shark is pretty much what it sounds like: a "multi-joint bionic robot fish," as described by Chinese marine robotics company Robosea. The company calls Robo-Shark a "marine bionic robotic platform" that can travel at high speeds (up to 10 knots or roughly 11.5 miles per hour) while emitting very little noise. The Robo-Shark propels itself with its bionic tail, which Robosea says consumes a low amount of power and has a long battery life as a result. The 165-pound robot fish can be programmed to follow paths automatically, and it can be installed with add-ons like an ultra-short baseline positioning system or a deep-sea acoustic release transponder. Potential use cases include long-term underwater cruising, underwater scientific investigations, underwater monitoring and mapping. Pricing and availability are not known.

 
 
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