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► ASIMO Humanoid Robot - Simultaneous voice recognition

Honda Motor Co., Ltd. today unveiled an all-new ASIMO humanoid robot newly equipped with the world's first autonomous behavior control technology.
With a further advance in autonomy, the all-new ASIMO can now continue moving without being controlled by an operator. The all-new ASIMO is now advanced from an "automatic machine" to an "autonomous machine" with the decision-making capability to determine its behavior in concert with its surroundings such as movements of people. With significantly improved intelligence and the physical ability to adapt to situations, ASIMO took another step closer to practical use in an office or a public space where many people come and go. Since the establishment of the company, Honda has continued to take on new challenges in the effort to create new products and advance technologies with the spirit of utilizing technology to help people. In the area of humanoid robot research, Honda has been developing and advancing the ASIMO humanoid robot to realize a dream to be useful for people and to help enrich people's daily lives.


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