The humanoid also has face recognition capabilities with response milliseconds and 98 per cent accuracy.
"Through the use of suitably selected optical components, a wholesale lit service could be offered to serve all of these homes and businesses from a 24-strand fiber cable."
"Technological disruption is transforming the development process across markets, promoting new levels of efficiency and creativity in manufacture of healthcare products."
The bots were also engineered to pick up a payload -- like a medicine that needs to be carried to a specific place inside a patient -- and could heal themselves after being cut, according to the researchers.
"If acute stroke can be treated within the first 90 minutes or so, patients' survival rates could increase significantly," said Xuanhe Zhao, associate professor at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
Fedor copies human movements, a key skill that allows it to remotely help astronauts or even people on Earth carry out tasks while they are strapped into an exoskeleton.
Revealing some details about his character in the film, Akshay said he is portraying a dark superhero.
Despite the fact that it is still not clear how these molecules were created, NASA emphasized that these kinds of particles could have been the food source for hypothetical microbial life on Mars.
The "SexyBack" singer recently revealed his upcoming new album, 'Man of the Woods', is inspired by his wife Jessica Biel and their two-year-old son Silas, as well as his roots in Memphis.
The robot can move, recognise people, take complaints, detect bombs, identify suspects, interact with people and answer to queries.
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