Toyota Research Institute (TRI), on September 30, disclosed a few projects, including a ceiling-mounted robot that may help us one day with household chores. This system is one example of how TRI envisions the future of robotics and artificial intelligence (AI). The company is focusing on robotics and AI technologies for “amplifying, rather than replacing, human beings,” says TRI CEO Gill Pratt.
In other words, Toyota is keen to develop robots, not for convenience or to do human jobs. Instead, it aims to allow people to continue to live and work independently with the growing age.
The 20-minute-video by Toyota depicts
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