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UPDATED: 15:52, September 19, 2005
Humanoid Robot Head shown at robot exhibition
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A visitor views Humanoid Robot Head at a robot exhibition held at the National Science Foundation of the United States, September 16, 2005. The robot head, developed by University of Southern California, shares some functions with human heads and is able to conduct some human behaviors. It can use visual attention mechanisms to focus on interesting objects around.

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The robot head on show stares at a colorful glove at an exhibition held at the US National Science Foundation, September 16, 2005.

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A robot vehicle climbs steps at a robot exhibition held at the National Science Foundation of the United States, September 16, 2005. Developed by the US Pennsylvania State University and University of California, Berkeley, etc., the vehicle can move on complicated terrains, which shows its agility. It can be used in areas inaccessible to human beings.

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