Boston Dynamics

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Boston Dynamics is an American engineering and robotics design company founded in 1992 and Headquartered in Waltham, Massachusetts. Boston Dynamics is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Japanese conglomerate SoftBank Group.

Boston Dynamics Retires Atlas, Its Trailblazing Humanoid Robot

Atlas, known for its human-like agility and a series of viral videos showcasing its dance moves and athletic prowess, is stepping down to make way for newer technologies.

Boston Dynamics' Robot Dog Spot Now Talks Fluent English with ChatGPT Integration

Spot's newfound linguistic talents include answering questions and opening its "mouth" for a more natural conversation. It has also adopted multiple personas, such as a Shakespearean time traveler, a teenager, and a fashionable butler.

Boston Dynamics Demonstrated Its Atlas Robot's Skills at a Mock Construction Site

In Boston Dynamics' latest video, their humanoid robot Atlas is shown hopping around a mock construction site doing manual labor, tossing tool bags to the worker, and building a little pathway to bridge a gap between itself and the worker.

Boston Dynamics Introduced Stretch, Its New Warehouse Robot

Boston Dynamics has announced a new robot called Stretch, which is designed to move goods in warehouses. The robot can move up to 800 boxes weighing up to 23 kg each in an hour, and can also work up to eight hours without recharging.
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Weekly Fun: The Longest Nails in the World and Boston Dynamics Robot’s Dance

This week’s stories feature four Boston Dynamics robots that dance to celebrate New Year, and a woman with the longest nails in the world.

Hyundai Motors Acquires a Controlling Stake of Boston Dynamics for Nearly $1 Billion

Boston Dynamics, the robot manufacturer that became famous for Spot robot, now sells 80% of its shares to Hyundai Motors. It will allow Hyundai to expand production automation in its auto factories.

Boston Dynamics and MIT Researchers Created Dr. Spot to Help Diagnose COVID-19

Boston Dynamics and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have announced that they have jointly created a modification of Dr. Spot, which can measure vital signs without a doctor's contact with a potential patient.

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