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HEALTH-AUTISM/HONGKONG-ROBOTS
RTXBOWMC
April 22, 2021
Autism tutor Sarah Ng uses robots to teach a 5-year-old child with special needs to introduce herself,...
Hong Kong, China
Autism tutor Sarah Ng uses robots to teach a 5-year-old child in Hong Kong
Autism tutor Sarah Ng uses robots to teach a 5-year-old child with special needs to introduce herself, in Hong Kong, China April 17, 2021. Picture taken April 17, 2021. REUTERS/Yoyo Chow
CHINA-ROBOTS/
RTX6BIMB
July 16, 2018
An iPal couple social robot help teach children at a kindergarten in Suzhou, Jiangsu province, China...
Suzhou, China
An iPal couple social robot help teach children at a kindergarten in Suzhou
An iPal couple social robot help teach children at a kindergarten in Suzhou, Jiangsu province, China July 4, 2018. Designed to offer education, care and companionship to children and the elderly, the 3.5-feet tall humanoid robots come in two genders and can tell stories, take photos and deliver educational or promotional content. Picture taken July 4, 2018. REUTERS/Aly Song
CHINA-ROBOTS/
RTX6BIM2
July 16, 2018
An iPal couple social robot help teach children at a kindergarten in Suzhou, Jiangsu province, China...
Suzhou, China
An iPal couple social robot help teach children at a kindergarten in Suzhou
An iPal couple social robot help teach children at a kindergarten in Suzhou, Jiangsu province, China July 4, 2018. Designed to offer education, care and companionship to children and the elderly, the 3.5-feet tall humanoid robots come in two genders and can tell stories, take photos and deliver educational or promotional content. Picture taken July 4, 2018. REUTERS/Aly Song
FINLAND-SCHOOL ROBOTS/
RTX5E1YR
March 27, 2018
Students use a mathematics teaching robot Ovobot during their lesson at the school in Tampere, Finland...
Tampere, Finland
Students use a mathematics teaching robot Ovobot during their lesson at the school in Tampere
Students use a mathematics teaching robot Ovobot during their lesson at the school in Tampere, Finland March 27, 2017. REUTERS/Attila Cser
FINLAND-SCHOOL/ROBOT
RTX5E175
March 27, 2018
Students use a mathematics teaching robot Ovobot during their lesson at the school in Tampere, Finland...
Tampere, Finland
Students use a mathematics teaching robot Ovobot during their lesson at the school in Tampere
Students use a mathematics teaching robot Ovobot during their lesson at the school in Tampere, Finland March 27, 2017. REUTERS/Attila Cser
TECH-CES/
RTX46XM8
January 08, 2018
A Botley Coding Robot by Learning Resources, designed to teach coding basics to children as young as...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
A Botley Coding Robot by Learning Resources, designed to teach coding basics to children as young as...
A Botley Coding Robot by Learning Resources, designed to teach coding basics to children as young as 5 years old, is displayed during CES Unveiled at the 2018 CES in Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S. January 7, 2018. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
SAUDI-KCODERZ/
RTS19YQ8
August 01, 2017
A Saudi woman teaches a boy computer programming using a robot connected with an application as part...
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
A Saudi woman teaches a boy computer programming using a robot connected with an application as part...
A Saudi woman teaches a boy computer programming using a robot connected with an application as part of Kcoderz social initiative launched by a Saudi couple, in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, July 29, 2017. Picture taken July 29, 2017. REUTERS/Faisal Al Nasser
SAUDI-KCODERZ/
RTS19YQ5
August 01, 2017
Saudi women teach children computer programming using robots connected with an application as part of...
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Saudi women teach children computer programming using robots connected with an application as part of...
Saudi women teach children computer programming using robots connected with an application as part of Kcoderz social initiative launched by a Saudi couple, in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, July 29, 2017. Picture taken July 29, 2017. REUTERS/Faisal Al Nasser
SAUDI-KCODERZ/
RTS19YQ4
August 01, 2017
A Saudi woman teaches boys computer programming using robots connected with an application as part of...
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
A Saudi woman teaches boys computer programming using robots connected with an application as part of...
A Saudi woman teaches boys computer programming using robots connected with an application as part of Kcoderz social initiative launched by a Saudi couple, in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, July 29, 2017. Picture taken July 29, 2017. REUTERS/Faisal Al Nasser
GERMANY-BUSINESS/
RTX2FH7M
June 03, 2016
A technician shows how to "teach" Franka Emika, a human-centered, self-learning and out-of-the-box lightweight...
Hanover, Germany
Robot system Franka Emika is pictured in Hanover
A technician shows how to "teach" Franka Emika, a human-centered, self-learning and out-of-the-box lightweight robot system of Munich-based KBee AG during the Hannover Fair in Hanover, Germany, April 25, 2016. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
BOLIVIA-EDUCATION/
RTX1NTAA
August 10, 2015
A student is helped by his teacher to build a dinosaur robot during the annual robotics fair supported...
La Paz, Bolivia
A student is helped by his teacher to build a dinosaur robot during the annual robotics fair supported...
A student is helped by his teacher to build a dinosaur robot during the annual robotics fair supported by the Bolivian Education Ministry in La Paz, August 10, 2015. REUTERS/David Mercado
GERMANY-CULTURE/
RTX1H47D
June 18, 2015
Robot Myon and singer Mirka Wagner perform on stage during a dress rehearsal for "My Square Lady" by...
Berlin, Germany
Robot Myon and singer Wagner perform on stage during a dress rehearsal for "My Square Lady" in Berlin...
Robot Myon and singer Mirka Wagner perform on stage during a dress rehearsal for "My Square Lady" by Gob Squad at the Komische Oper opera house in Berlin, Germany, June 18, 2015. Together with the Komische Oper Berlin, the Berlin performance group Gob Squad wants to investigate the world of human emotion by attempting to teach a robot to express and evoke feelings. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke
GERMANY-CULTURE/
RTX1H476
June 18, 2015
Robot Myon (C) and singers perform on stage during a dress rehearsal for "My Square Lady" by Gob Squad...
Berlin, Germany
Robot Myon and singers perform on stage during a dress rehearsal for "My Square Lady" in Berlin
Robot Myon (C) and singers perform on stage during a dress rehearsal for "My Square Lady" by Gob Squad at the Komische Oper opera house in Berlin, Germany, June 18, 2015. Together with the Komische Oper Berlin, the Berlin performance group Gob Squad wants to investigate the world of human emotion by attempting to teach a robot to express and evoke feelings. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke
GERMANY-CULTURE/
RTX1H415
June 18, 2015
Robot Myon sits on stage during a dress rehearsal for "My Square Lady" by Gob Squad at the Komische Oper...
Berlin, Germany
Robot Myon sits on stage during a dress rehearsal for "My Square Lady" by Gob Squad at Komische Oper...
Robot Myon sits on stage during a dress rehearsal for "My Square Lady" by Gob Squad at the Komische Oper opera house in Berlin, Germany, June 18, 2015. Together with the Komische Oper Berlin, the Berlin performance group Gob Squad wants to investigate the world of human emotion by attempting to teach a robot to express and evoke feelings. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke
JAPAN-ROBOTS/
RTR4ESO7
November 19, 2014
A studio staff from Japan's robot venture company Cyberdyne teaches a user about the center point of...
Tsukuba, Japan
A studio staff from Japan's robot venture company Cyberdyne teaches a user about the center point of...
A studio staff from Japan's robot venture company Cyberdyne teaches a user about the center point of the balance of the Lower Limb Model HAL (Hybrid Assistive Limb) for welfare use during a HAL training at the Cyberdyne studio in Tsukuba, north of Tokyo July 22, 2014. Japan, with the world's largest robot population, is now awakening to a crisis as its lead in robotics ? one of its last areas of technological prominence - comes under threat from better-coordinated efforts in the United States and Germany, as well as Asian rivals South Korea and China. Picture taken July 22, 2014. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH POLITICS)
USA-MANUFACTURING/SKILLSGAP
RTR2XIDA
February 08, 2012
Bryan Molina a 8th grader works on his robot in the bilingual, project lead the way class at Escuela...
Milwaukee, UNITED STATES
Bryan Molina a 8th grader works on his robot in the bilingual, project lead the way class at Vieau Middle...
Bryan Molina a 8th grader works on his robot in the bilingual, project lead the way class at Escuela Vieau Middle School in Milwaukee, Wisconsin January 26, 2012 . With manufacturing companies complaining about a skills gap with today's students some schools are offering classes that prepare students for real world trade skills. After years of cutting workforces, manufacturing executives complain they cannot find enough people with skills needed to thrive in modern factories. Some 600,000 skilled manufacturing positions are currently unfilled in the United States, according to a survey by Deloitte and The Manufacturing Institute. PICTURE TAKEN ON JANUARY 26. REUTERS/Darren Hauck (UNITED STATES)
IRAQ/BOMBS-DISPOSAL
RTXPJ49
October 11, 2009
An Iraqi soldier (R) tests a scout robot during an exercise course by the U.S. army at Camp Taji near...
Baghdad, Iraq
An Iraqi soldier tests a scout robot during an exercise course by the U.S. army at Camp Taji in Baghdad...
An Iraqi soldier (R) tests a scout robot during an exercise course by the U.S. army at Camp Taji near Baghdad October 8, 2009. At Camp Taji, a U.S. military base near Baghdad, bomb disposal experts are teaching Iraqis to take over once they leave, their withdrawal due by 2012 under a U.S.-Iraqi pact. Picture taken October 8, 2009. REUTERS/Saad Shalash (IRAQ MILITARY)
Technology
Technology
Teaching Robots to Learn - 08 Sep 2009
19 PICTURES
FRANCE-ROBOT/
RTR27JEM
September 07, 2009
Vincent Padois, head tutor at the Pierre and Marie Curie University who teaches robotics and is babysitting...
Paris, France
Vincent Padois, head tutor at Paris' University who teaches robotics, makes a demonstration with ICub...
Vincent Padois, head tutor at the Pierre and Marie Curie University who teaches robotics and is babysitting the Paris ICub, initialising robot on his computer during a demonstration with ICub robot, a ?hybrid embodied cognitive system for a humanoid robot" about 1 metre (3.2 feet) high, at the Pierre and Marie Curie University in Paris September 4, 2009. Six versions of ICub exist in laboratories across Europe, where scientists are painstakingly tweaking its electronic brain to make it capable of learning, just like a human child and hoping it will learn how to adapt its behaviour to changing circumstances, offering new insights into the development of human consciousness. Picture taken September 4, 2009. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE SCI TECH)
FRANCE-ROBOT/
RTR27JEH
September 07, 2009
ICub robot, a ?hybrid embodied cognitive system for a humanoid robot" about 1 metre (3.2 feet) high,...
Paris, France
ICub robot, a ?hybrid embodied cognitive system for a humanoid robot" about 1 metre (3.2 feet) high,...
ICub robot, a ?hybrid embodied cognitive system for a humanoid robot" about 1 metre (3.2 feet) high, is seen at the Pierre and Marie Curie University in Paris September 4, 2009 during a demonstration by Vincent Padois, head tutor at the Pierre and Marie Curie University who teaches robotics and is babysitting the Paris ICub. Six versions of ICub exist in laboratories across Europe, where scientists are painstakingly tweaking its electronic brain to make it capable of learning, just like a human child and hoping it will learn how to adapt its behaviour to changing circumstances, offering new insights into the development of human consciousness. Picture taken September 4, 2009. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE SCI TECH)
FRANCE-ROBOT/
RTR27JED
September 07, 2009
Vincent Padois, head tutor at the Pierre and Marie Curie University who teaches robotics and is babysitting...
Paris, France
Vincent Padois, head tutor at Paris' University who teaches robotics, makes a demonstration with ICub...
Vincent Padois, head tutor at the Pierre and Marie Curie University who teaches robotics and is babysitting the Paris ICub, initialising robot on his computer during a demonstration with ICub robot, a ?hybrid embodied cognitive system for a humanoid robot" about 1 metre (3.2 feet) high, at the Pierre and Marie Curie University in Paris September 4, 2009. Six versions of ICub exist in laboratories across Europe, where scientists are painstakingly tweaking its electronic brain to make it capable of learning, just like a human child and hoping it will learn how to adapt its behaviour to changing circumstances, offering new insights into the development of human consciousness. Picture taken September 4, 2009. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE SCI TECH)
FRANCE-ROBOT/
RTR27JE9
September 07, 2009
Vincent Padois, head tutor at the Pierre and Marie Curie University who teaches robotics and is babysitting...
Paris, France
Vincent Padois, head tutor at Paris' University who teaches robotics, makes a demonstration with ICub...
Vincent Padois, head tutor at the Pierre and Marie Curie University who teaches robotics and is babysitting the Paris ICub, initialising robot on his computer during a demonstration with ICub robot, a ?hybrid embodied cognitive system for a humanoid robot" about 1 metre (3.2 feet) high, at the Pierre and Marie Curie University in Paris September 4, 2009. Six versions of ICub exist in laboratories across Europe, where scientists are painstakingly tweaking its electronic brain to make it capable of learning, just like a human child and hoping it will learn how to adapt its behaviour to changing circumstances, offering new insights into the development of human consciousness. Picture taken September 4, 2009. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE SCI TECH)
FRANCE-ROBOT/
RTR27JE5
September 07, 2009
Vincent Padois, head tutor at the Pierre and Marie Curie University who teaches robotics and is babysitting...
Paris, France
Vincent Padois, head tutor at Paris' University who teaches robotics, makes a demonstration with ICub...
Vincent Padois, head tutor at the Pierre and Marie Curie University who teaches robotics and is babysitting the Paris ICub, makes a demonstration with ICub robot, a ?hybrid embodied cognitive system for a humanoid robot" about 1 metre (3.2 feet) high, at the Pierre and Marie Curie University in Paris September 4, 2009. Six versions of ICub exist in laboratories across Europe, where scientists are painstakingly tweaking its electronic brain to make it capable of learning, just like a human child and hoping it will learn how to adapt its behaviour to changing circumstances, offering new insights into the development of human consciousness. Picture taken September 4, 2009. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE SCI TECH)
FRANCE-ROBOT/
RTR27JE1
September 07, 2009
Vincent Padois, head tutor at the Pierre and Marie Curie University who teaches robotics and is babysitting...
Paris, France
Vincent Padois, head tutor at Paris' University who teaches robotics, makes a demonstration with ICub...
Vincent Padois, head tutor at the Pierre and Marie Curie University who teaches robotics and is babysitting the Paris ICub, initialising robot on his computer during a demonstration with ICub robot, a ?hybrid embodied cognitive system for a humanoid robot" about 1 metre (3.2 feet) high, at the Pierre and Marie Curie University in Paris September 4, 2009. Six versions of ICub exist in laboratories across Europe, where scientists are painstakingly tweaking its electronic brain to make it capable of learning, just like a human child and hoping it will learn how to adapt its behaviour to changing circumstances, offering new insights into the development of human consciousness. Picture taken September 4, 2009. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE SCI TECH)
FRANCE-ROBOT/
RTR27JE0
September 07, 2009
Vincent Padois, head tutor at the Pierre and Marie Curie University who teaches robotics and is babysitting...
Paris, France
Vincent Padois, head tutor at Paris' University who teaches robotics, makes a demonstration with ICub...
Vincent Padois, head tutor at the Pierre and Marie Curie University who teaches robotics and is babysitting the Paris ICub, makes a demonstration with ICub robot, a ?hybrid embodied cognitive system for a humanoid robot" about 1 metre (3.2 feet) high, at the Pierre and Marie Curie University in Paris September 4, 2009. Six versions of ICub exist in laboratories across Europe, where scientists are painstakingly tweaking its electronic brain to make it capable of learning, just like a human child and hoping it will learn how to adapt its behaviour to changing circumstances, offering new insights into the development of human consciousness. Picture taken September 4, 2009. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE SCI TECH)
FRANCE-ROBOT/
RTR27JDW
September 07, 2009
Vincent Padois, head tutor at the Pierre and Marie Curie University who teaches robotics and is babysitting...
Paris, France
Vincent Padois, head tutor at Paris' University who teaches robotics, makes a demonstration with ICub...
Vincent Padois, head tutor at the Pierre and Marie Curie University who teaches robotics and is babysitting the Paris ICub, makes a demonstration with ICub robot, a "hybrid embodied cognitive system for a humanoid robot" about 1 metre (3.2 feet) high, at the Pierre and Marie Curie University in Paris September 4, 2009. Six versions of ICub exist in laboratories across Europe, where scientists are painstakingly tweaking its electronic brain to make it capable of learning, just like a human child and hoping it will learn how to adapt its behaviour to changing circumstances, offering new insights into the development of human consciousness. Picture taken September 4, 2009. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE SCI TECH)
FRANCE-ROBOT/
RTR27JDV
September 07, 2009
Vincent Padois, head tutor at the Pierre and Marie Curie University who teaches robotics and is babysitting...
Paris, France
Vincent Padois, head tutor at Paris' University who teaches robotics, makes a demonstration with ICub...
Vincent Padois, head tutor at the Pierre and Marie Curie University who teaches robotics and is babysitting the Paris ICub, makes a demonstration with ICub robot, a ?hybrid embodied cognitive system for a humanoid robot" about 1 metre (3.2 feet) high, at the Pierre and Marie Curie University in Paris September 4, 2009. Six versions of ICub exist in laboratories across Europe, where scientists are painstakingly tweaking its electronic brain to make it capable of learning, just like a human child and hoping it will learn how to adapt its behaviour to changing circumstances, offering new insights into the development of human consciousness. Picture taken September 4, 2009. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE SCI TECH)
FRANCE-ROBOT/
RTR27JDS
September 07, 2009
Vincent Padois, head tutor at the Pierre and Marie Curie University who teaches robotics and is babysitting...
Paris, France
Vincent Padois, head tutor at Paris' University who teaches robotics, makes a demonstration with ICub...
Vincent Padois, head tutor at the Pierre and Marie Curie University who teaches robotics and is babysitting the Paris ICub, makes a demonstration with ICub robot, a ?hybrid embodied cognitive system for a humanoid robot" about 1 metre (3.2 feet) high, at the Pierre and Marie Curie University in Paris September 4, 2009. Six versions of ICub exist in laboratories across Europe, where scientists are painstakingly tweaking its electronic brain to make it capable of learning, just like a human child and hoping it will learn how to adapt its behaviour to changing circumstances, offering new insights into the development of human consciousness. Picture taken September 4, 2009. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE SCI TECH)
FRANCE-ROBOT/
RTR27JDO
September 07, 2009
Vincent Padois, head tutor at the Pierre and Marie Curie University who teaches robotics and is babysitting...
Paris, France
Vincent Padois, head tutor at Paris' University who teaches robotics, makes a demonstration with ICub...
Vincent Padois, head tutor at the Pierre and Marie Curie University who teaches robotics and is babysitting the Paris ICub, makes a demonstration with ICub robot, a ?hybrid embodied cognitive system for a humanoid robot" about 1 metre (3.2 feet) high, at the Pierre and Marie Curie University in Paris September 4, 2009. Six versions of ICub exist in laboratories across Europe, where scientists are painstakingly tweaking its electronic brain to make it capable of learning, just like a human child and hoping it will learn how to adapt its behaviour to changing circumstances, offering new insights into the development of human consciousness. Picture taken September 4, 2009. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE SCI TECH)
FRANCE-ROBOT/
RTR27JDM
September 07, 2009
Vincent Padois, head tutor at the Pierre and Marie Curie University who teaches robotics and is babysitting...
Paris, France
Vincent Padois, head tutor at Paris' University who teaches robotics, makes a demonstration with ICub...
Vincent Padois, head tutor at the Pierre and Marie Curie University who teaches robotics and is babysitting the Paris ICub, makes a demonstration with ICub robot, a ?hybrid embodied cognitive system for a humanoid robot" about 1 metre (3.2 feet) high, at the Pierre and Marie Curie University in Paris September 4, 2009. Six versions of ICub exist in laboratories across Europe, where scientists are painstakingly tweaking its electronic brain to make it capable of learning, just like a human child and hoping it will learn how to adapt its behaviour to changing circumstances, offering new insights into the development of human consciousness, no less. Picture taken September 4, 2009. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE SCI TECH)
FRANCE-PROTESTS/
RTX61EY
May 22, 2008
A teacher shouts slogan during a demonstration over pension reforms in Paris May 22, 2008. French unions...
Paris, France
A teacher shouts slogan during a demonstration over pension reforms in Paris
A teacher shouts slogan during a demonstration over pension reforms in Paris May 22, 2008. French unions staged nationwide protests on Thursday against plans by President Nicolas Sarkozy to make people work longer to qualify for a full pension. In a rare show of unity, France's five largest unions called on members to take to the streets in dozens of cities to denounce the government's decision to require employees to work 41 years before retiring against 40 years at present. The placard reads "I have chosen to teach and not to be a robot". REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE)
JAPAN ROBOTS/
RTX45CZ
November 28, 2007
An employee of Yamazaki Educational Systems Co. holds two "My Baby 2" robotic babies at the International...
Tokyo, Japan
An employee of Yamazaki Educational Systems Co. holds two "My Baby 2" robotic babies at the International...
An employee of Yamazaki Educational Systems Co. holds two "My Baby 2" robotic babies at the International Robot Exhibition in Tokyo November 28, 2007. The robotic babies are designed to teach parenting skills and require feeding, diaper changes, burping and sleeping and also record data on how their human parents treat them. REUTERS/Michael Caronna (JAPAN)
JAPAN/
RTR1SJ63
August 05, 2007
A participant uses training units for coronary artery bypass surgery at the Robotics Boot Camp event...
Tokyo, Japan
Participant uses training units for coronary artery bypass surgery at Robotics Boot Camp event at Waseda...
A participant uses training units for coronary artery bypass surgery at the Robotics Boot Camp event at a Waseda University campus in Tokyo August 5, 2007. The event is organised for school and university students, as part of Waseda University's 21st Century Centre of Excellence (COE) Programme "The innovative research on symbiosis technologies for human and robots in the elderly dominated society", to understand robotic technology by using the latest robots, the organiser said. REUTERS/Kiyoshi Ota (JAPAN)
JAPAN/
RTR1SJ5V
August 05, 2007
A participant uses training units for coronary artery bypass surgery at the Robotics Boot Camp event...
Tokyo, Japan
Participant uses training units for coronary artery bypass surgery at Robotics Boot Camp event at Waseda...
A participant uses training units for coronary artery bypass surgery at the Robotics Boot Camp event at a Waseda University campus in Tokyo August 5, 2007. The event is organised for school and university students, as part of Waseda University's 21st Century Centre of Excellence (COE) Programme "The innovative research on symbiosis technologies for human and robots in the elderly dominated society", to understand robotic technology by using the latest robots, the organiser said. REUTERS/Kiyoshi Ota (JAPAN)
JAPAN/
RTR1SJ5P
August 05, 2007
Park Young-kwang (L), a doctoral course postgraduate of Waseda University, helps a participant in using...
Tokyo, Japan
Park Young-kwang helps participant in using training units for coronary artery bypass surgery at Robotics...
Park Young-kwang (L), a doctoral course postgraduate of Waseda University, helps a participant in using training units for coronary artery bypass surgery at the Robotics Boot Camp event at a Waseda University campus in Tokyo August 5, 2007. The event is organised for school and university students, as part of Waseda University's 21st Century Centre of Excellence (COE) Programme "The innovative research on symbiosis technologies for human and robots in the elderly dominated society", to understand robotic technology by using the latest robots, the organiser said. REUTERS/Kiyoshi Ota (JAPAN)
JAPAN
RTR1SJ5B
August 05, 2007
A participant uses training units for tracheal intubation at the Robotics Boot Camp event at a Waseda...
Tokyo, Japan
Participant uses training units for tracheal intubation at Robotics Boot Camp event at Waseda University...
A participant uses training units for tracheal intubation at the Robotics Boot Camp event at a Waseda University campus in Tokyo August 5, 2007. The event is organised for school and university students, as part of Waseda University's 21st Century Centre of Excellence (COE) Programme "The innovative research on symbiosis technologies for human and robots in the elderly dominated society", to understand robotic technology by using the latest robots, the organiser said. REUTERS/Kiyoshi Ota (JAPAN)
JAPAN
RTR79UJ
April 06, 2005
Honda Motor Co's humanoid robot Asimo stands next to a wooden robot-shaped model as he is introduced...
Tokyo, Japan
Honda Motor's humanoid robot Asimo stands next to a wooden robot-shaped model in Tokyo.
Honda Motor Co's humanoid robot Asimo stands next to a wooden robot-shaped model as he is introduced to Japanese school children during a demonstration in Tokyo April 6, 2005. Honda said it will offer Asimo to aid in teaching science classes for young people, programmed by the National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation, on such subjects as centre of gravity, balancing, and advancement of science and technology. Standing behind the robots is Japan's first astronaut and museum director Mamoru Mohri. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao YN
JAPAN
RTR79RM
April 06, 2005
Honda Motor Co's humanoid robot Asimo walks down steps as Japanese schoolchildren, Japan's first astronaut...
Tokyo, Japan
Honda Motor's humanoid robot Asimo walks down steps as children watch in Tokyo.
Honda Motor Co's humanoid robot Asimo walks down steps as Japanese schoolchildren, Japan's first astronaut and museum director Mamoru Mohri (2nd R) and science teacher Ryotaro Inoue watch a demonstration in Tokyo April 6, 2005. Honda said it will offer Asimo to aid in teaching science classes for young people, programmed by the National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation, on such contents as centre of gravity, balancing, and advancement of science and technology. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao YN/CN
JAPAN
RTR79QD
April 06, 2005
Honda Motor Co's humanoid robot Asimo demonstrates its walk in front of elementary school students during...
Tokyo, Japan
Honda's robot Asimo walks in front of elementary school students during news conference in Tokyo.
Honda Motor Co's humanoid robot Asimo demonstrates its walk in front of elementary school students during a news conference in Tokyo April 6, 2005. Honda said it will offer Asimo to aid in teaching science classes for young people, programmed by the National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation, on topics such as centre of gravity, balancing, and advancement of science and technology. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao YN/SA
JAPAN
RTR79PD
April 06, 2005
Honda Motor Co's humanoid robot Asimo waves to the cameras with elementary school students during a demonstration...
Tokyo, Japan
Honda's Asimo waves to the cameras with elementary school students in Tokyo.
Honda Motor Co's humanoid robot Asimo waves to the cameras with elementary school students during a demonstration in Tokyo April 6, 2005. Honda said it will offer Asimo to aid in teaching science classes for young people, programmed by the National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation, on such content as centre of gravity, balancing, and advancement of science and technology. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao YN/CN
JAPAN
RTR79KO
April 06, 2005
Honda Motor Co.'s humanoid robot Asimo balances on its leg with elementary school students at a news...
Tokyo, Japan
Honda robot Asimo balances on its leg with elementary school students in Tokyo.
Honda Motor Co.'s humanoid robot Asimo balances on its leg with elementary school students at a news conference in Tokyo April 6, 2005. Honda said it will offer Asimo to aid in teaching science classes available to young people, programmed by the National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation, on such contents as centre of gravity, balancing and advancement of science and technology. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao YN/KI
KOREA
RTRDH79
February 24, 2004
A promotional woman operates South Korea's intelligent robot 'Irobi' at a department store in Seoul February...
Seoul, Korea - Republic of
PROMOTIONAL WOMAN OPERATES SOUTH KOREA'S INTELLIGENT ROBOT 'IROBI' IN SEOUL.
A promotional woman operates South Korea's intelligent robot 'Irobi' at a department store in Seoul February 24, 2004. Irobi can teach English conversation through installed programmes updated by the Internet, and is operated by remote control and human voice. The robot can also keep watch on the house with an internal video camera and will be officially lauched in April for four million won ($3,400). REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon KKH/TW
KOREA
RTRDH6U
February 24, 2004
A girl kisses South Korea's intelligent robot 'Irobi' during a promotion at a department store in Seoul...
GIRL KISSES SOUTH KOREA'S INTELLEGENT ROBOT 'IROBI' IN SEOUL.
A girl kisses South Korea's intelligent robot 'Irobi' during a promotion at a department store in Seoul February 24, 2004. Irobi can teach English conversation through installed programmes updated by the Internet, and is operated by remote control and human voice. The robot can also keep watch on the house with an internal video camera and will be officially lauched in April for four million won ($3,400). REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon FR05070024 KKH/TW
KOREA
RTRDH6L
February 24, 2004
A girl operates the touch screen of South Korea's intelligent robot 'Irobi' during a promotion at a department...
GIRL OPERATES SOUTH KOREA'S INTELLIGENT ROBOT 'IROBI' IN SEOUL.
A girl operates the touch screen of South Korea's intelligent robot 'Irobi' during a promotion at a department store in Seoul February 24, 2004. Irobi can teach English conversation through installed programmes updated by the Internet, and is operated by remote control and human voice. The robot can also keep watch on the house with an internal video camera and will be officially lauched in April for four million won ($3,400). REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon KKH/TW
CANADA FEATURE
RTR5RFG
June 28, 2000
A robot dog named "Pal" is the latest host at a downtown Vancouver hotel, greeting guests as they arrive...
Vancouver, Canada
ROBOT DOG GREETS GUEST AT VANCOUVER HOTEL.
A robot dog named "Pal" is the latest host at a downtown Vancouver hotel, greeting guests as they arrive in the lobby, June 28. The newly renovated Pacific Palisades Hotel added the dog to go along with it's new modern look. With some training, staff hope to teach the dog to deliver maps to requesting hotel guests.

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