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 Humanoid robot learns how to run

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Date posted: 16/12/2004

Car-maker Honda's humanoid robot Asimo (Advanced Step in Innovative Mobility) has just got faster and smarter, with the eventual goal of finding meaningful work in the home and office.

"The aim is to develop a robot that can help people in their daily lives," said a Honda spokesman.

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