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Boston Dynamics is discontinuing Atlas, its famous existing iconic bipedal robot. The news generated a lot of interest both in the tech industry and among the general public, raising questions about the future trajectory of robotics technology and potential development directions.

As a pioneer of humanoid robotics, Atlas has gained worldwide recognition for its extraordinary mobility and dynamic balance capabilities, marking many milestones along the way.

Atlas’s retirement is a microcosm reflecting the broader development trajectory of the robotics field.

Meanwhile, Embodied AI’s bipedal robot Mornine, a joint effort between Chery and Aimogi, is set to debut at an upcoming CEO conference.

Mornine is powered by electric motors and battery power, starting with the Atlas hydraulic system. While it may not match the explosive power and performance of the Atlas in rugged terrain, Mornine stands out for its scalability and cost-effectiveness, making it ideal for large-scale production and commercialization. Mornine has a highly biomimetic design, with its face made of a human-like biomimetic silicone material.

This material is designed to provide realistic visual effects and tactile sensations. Moreover, Mornine can simulate human oral and facial muscle movements for expressions such as speaking, smiling, and opening the mouth convincingly.

Mornine is equipped with large language models that, when integrated with robotic technology, allow the model to leverage its language-understanding and language-generating capabilities. This ability allows Mornine to accurately interpret spoken or written commands from humans and translate them into specific action strategies.

Mornine’s versatility covers a wide range of application scenarios, making it a pioneer of a new customer ecosystem service system.

Its evolution takes place in three stages of transformation, each of which introduces breakthrough functions and expands the horizons of applications in response to technological progress and changing social requirements.

In the initial stage, Mornine acts as a competent information provider and product advisor. For example, in car sales centers or showrooms, Mornine leverages its extensive knowledge base to deliver precise answers to customer inquiries and provide detailed information and product recommendations via voice or screen interfaces.

Moving on to the second stage, Mornine integrates advanced capabilities such as visual recognition and autonomous navigation. It can autonomously navigate and guide customers to specific product locations, using its dexterous robotic arms for physical demonstrations and operations, and even assisting customers with product handling tasks.

In the third and final stage of development, Mornine transforms into a comprehensive home assistant, offering countless services in home care scenarios.

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