Smart robots: a look at the future

"The brain – the most complex part of the machine – that will be Israeli. Israel will contribute to making robots smart."

By MAAYAN HOFFMAN
April 4, 2018 13:03
A Lynx robot with Amazon Alexa integration on display in Las Vegas.

A Lynx robot with Amazon Alexa integration on display in Las Vegas.. (photo credit: REUTERS)

 
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