Panasonic announced it has developed a desktop “companion robot” with human-like movements and communication skills. The robot, developed as a proof of concept, debuts at the Panasonic at CES 2017 in Las Vegas.

This proof of concept desktop “companion robot” uses servo control technology for smooth, human-like dexterity. Its ability to learn new movements, as well as an artificial intelligence-based natural language processing technology, make this robot a delightful communicator.

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