15 Most Advanced Robots in the World


The Cyber Archive. From the most advanced robots ever invented
for war to incredibly realistic androids made for entertainment and to help you in your
home, we count 15 of the most advanced robots in the world. Number 15. HRP-4C. Nicknamed Miim, this is a female looking
android created in Japan and aimed for the entertainment industry. She has a realistic
looking head and face and the figure of an average Japanese girl. Miim can move like
a human, utilize thirty motors in her body and another eight for facial expressions.
This robot can respond to speech and can even sing and dance. If you need a little help
around the house, you can even dress up her like a maid and ask her to do the cleaning. Number 14. Nao. This is an autonomous, programmable humanoid
robot developed by Aldebaran Robotics in France. It is currently being used in many schools
as a learning tool. The most recent version, the Nao Evolution V5 has facial and object
recognition, various communication devices like a voice synthesizer, speech and text
recognition and can understand nineteen different languages. It also has an impressive sensor
network of cameras, microphones, sonar, infrared, inertia, pressure and tactile sensors. These
robots are seriously cool and they are available to the public, but they current cost around
$8,000. Number 13. iCub. This robot is based on a two and a half
year old child and is used for research into human cognition and artificial intelligence.
It’s believed that by designing it like a child it will be able to interact and learn
about the world around it from a child’s perspective. The iCub can crawl on the floor, solve complex
3D mazes, learns facial expressions and understands how to express emotion. There are currently
about thirty iCubs in the world being used in laboratories. If you’d like your own creepy
robot baby, it will cost you about $300,000. Number 12. Da Vinci Surgical System. This robotic surgeon
is currently being used to perform complex medical procedures in hospitals worldwide.
The arms can hold objects and can also act as scalpels, scissors and electrosurgery equipment.
Currently it requires a surgeon to operate remotely, however I expect in the future we’ll
see these things being automated with artificial intelligence. If you’d like to perform your
own surgery at home, you can get one of these machines to slice you into little pieces for
a mere $2 million. Number 11. RoboBee. These tiny robots are capable of
flight by beating their wings 120 times a second. Having a wingspan of just a 3 cm,
the RoboBee is the smallest man made device modeled on an insect that can fly. Currently
they have no on-board power system, so need to be tethered with a wire. Researchers are
currently working on a power supply to turn them into fully autonomous swarms of flying
robots for applications such as search and rescue, artificial pollination and surveillance. Number 10. ROBOY. Another creepy child robot that was
designed at the University of Zurich. ROBOY was crowd funded and the investors had their
name or company engraved on the robot’s body, like corporate tattoos. Unlike traditional
motor driven robots, ROBOY has artificial tendons, allowing for much more human-like
movements. His walking movements are nearly identical to a human and the skeletal structure
is very similar. ROBOY is designed to one day be used as a helper robot for the sick
and elderly. Number 9. LS3. The Legged Squad Support System. This
DARPA project is for a legged robot which could function as an autonomous pack-horse
for soldiers. The design is based on other previous models from Boston Dynamics like
the BigDog and Cheetah. It can carry up to 400lbs of equipment and can sense and negotiate
tough terrain easily and quietly. It can also run at up 38km/h or 24mph. I guess it’s only
a matter of time before they attach a few machine guns and rockets to it. Number 8. Atlas. This bipedal robot developed by Boston
Dynamics for DARPA is apparently designed for search and rescue tasks. It’s constructed
of aircraft-grade materials and stands at 6 feet tall. Atlas can navigate rough terrain
and climb using both its arms and legs. Boston Dynamics have also shown it can withstand
being hit by projectiles and balance on one leg. I know they say it’s for search and rescue
but for some reason it just reminds of The Terminator. Number 7. EveR. This is a female android developed in
South Korea. The models of this robot are extremely human-like, with artificial skin
made from silicone that feels and looks very similar to human skin. Although not particularly
mobile at this time, they can express hundreds of different gestures including emotions and
can have conversations in Korean and English. One of the androids was even featured in a
play called Robot Princess and the Seven Dwarfs. Number 6. Valkyrie. Currently in development by NASA,
this bipedal robot is being designed for various tasks and scenarios. These robots
will be able to drive vehicles, clean up debris and cut through walls to help in human disasters.
NASA will also likely send robots on space exploration mission to prepare the way for
human explorers. When the humans arrive, they intend the robots and humans will work together,
hand in hand. Number 5. Telebot. Using a combination of robotics and
telepresence, this robot is being designed to allow disabled police and military personnel
to serve as patrol officers. I think that’s a great idea to allow those people to return
to work and give a sense of freedom from their injuries. However I would probably change
the design to be a little more discreet. They say that unlike RoboCop, this Telebot is not
expected to cause damage to life. Number 4. Guardium. These unmanned ground vehicles are
being used in Israel to combat and guard against invaders along the Gaza border. They can be
either remotely operated by a soldier or switched into autonomous mode. The Guardium is equipped
with an array of sensors, can travel up to 80km/h and has thick armor plating and both
lethal and non-lethal weapons. They can work completely independently, without human interaction
for up to 103 consecutive hours. Number 3. Throwbot Recon Scout. These micro-robots can
travel across varied terrain, moving almost silently. They’re used mainly by soldiers
to scout out high risk situations. The robot is equipped with a camera and microphone and
can relay that information back to a display for the soldiers. As well as recon that can
save lives, you could of course attach explosives or a grenade to it. Number 2. ASIMO. Developed by Honda in Japan, this is
considered the most advanced humanoid robot to accurately mimic human activity. With impressive
AI and humanoid motor functions, ASIMO can recognize moving objects, postures, gestures
and its surrounding environment. It has the ability to distinguish between voices in a
crowd and individual faces from a great distance. This robot can understand and communicate
in multiple languages and it’s planned to use ASIMO as an assistant. You may even see
him wandering around the offices at Honda’s headquarters. Number 1. Curiosity. Probably the most advanced robot
ever created. This car-sized robotic rover is currently being used by NASA to explore
the surface of Mars. Not only was it an incredible feat of engineering to get this thing to Mars
in the first place, but this robot is basically a mobile laboratory. It has an impressive
array of cameras and sensors to detect pretty much everything and even has instruments for
Chemistry and can identify organic compounds. Its mission includes investigating the Martian
climate and geology, detecting microscopic life and investigating signs of water. And that’s it for this robotic countdown.
Don’t forget to like and share this video if you enjoyed it and as always thanks for
watching.

52 Comments

  1. Laser2120 said:

    Another good vid !

    November 15, 2014
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  2. Cain Bromitch said:

    There are some cool robots out there!  I'd love to have a Nao they look really cool, not sure about those creepy Japanese androids though.  Another great video as always!

    November 16, 2014
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  3. SpyBomber64 said:

    Came from your commercial!

    November 17, 2014
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  4. Kaptain Kovee said:

    I don't care how  much money it's going to cost me. I'm buying that Roboy. If I don't buy Jibo first. By the way, why wasn't Jibo on this list?! DX

    November 26, 2014
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  5. Aydan Attenborough said:

    I like r
    Roboy 🙂

    December 4, 2014
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  6. AzerGhost16 said:

    Danger Dolan much?

    December 9, 2014
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  7. Kids Doing Dubs said:

    You make good quality videos and they are well scripted too. Keep it up and you'll have a bajillion subscribers in no time. Good job!

    December 13, 2014
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  8. Herobrine6302 said:

    Personally, i think ASIMO is the worlds most advanced robot. I actually saw one in disneyland! The thing on mars is pretty much just an automated car with a million cameras, how do u see that as super advanced?

    December 16, 2014
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  9. Gdele22 said:

    What the heck atlas

    December 24, 2014
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  10. Andy Steele said:

    fuck that you seen i robot 

    December 26, 2014
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  11. Andy Steele said:

    i want number 5

    December 26, 2014
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  12. Breza Illyria said:

    6:25..invaders..??
    are they jews going to kill himself ???

    December 29, 2014
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  13. Marzipan The Raccoon said:

    Well, I NEED A ROBOY. I COULD GET MY SISTER TO MAKE A MEGAMAN COSTUME AND I COULD DRESS HIM UP IN IT AND NAME HIM ROCK!

    January 6, 2015
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  14. Ninja Saltman said:

    Wellp, it sems like I,robot was pretty realistic. Maybe by 2031, we will be living like in the movie.

    January 19, 2015
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  15. Duncan Anderson said:

    I'm telling you! Robots are going to take over the world

    February 4, 2015
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  16. Tsuki Akiba said:

    We have some naos in college 😀

    February 12, 2015
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  17. TheReali1ickyou said:

    I like Asimo

    April 7, 2015
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  18. me said:

    Icub, $300,000 or download the cad files for free and 3d print them

    April 17, 2015
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  19. BlueWave said:

    I want nao so badly

    April 17, 2015
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  20. BlueWave said:

    I Cubs are going to take over the world

    April 17, 2015
    Reply
  21. BlueWave said:

    Boston dynamics gonna kill us with there robots pretty soon

    April 17, 2015
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  22. BlueWave said:

    4:50 exactly the TERMINATOR

    April 17, 2015
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  23. BlueWave said:

    Valkyrie is awesome

    April 17, 2015
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  24. BlueWave said:

    8:20 ever seen that movie were the Mars rover goes physco and goes on a killing spree yeeeaaaaaahhhh

    April 17, 2015
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  25. «Prospect»™ said:

    Sounds like danger and has same intro .. Fuck off!!! Lol what's going on

    May 11, 2015
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  26. dulaine tonkes said:

    Atlas someone… Titanfall

    May 13, 2015
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  27. Aegislash 101 said:

    The atlas reminds me of big daddy from bioshock

    June 7, 2015
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  28. Ninja 87 said:

    What?!?!  Not one advanced sex bot?  DAMN IT!   😉

    July 8, 2015
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  29. TheMortalGamer said:

    give them 20 years and robots will become smart enough to realise they don't need to be controlled by humans

    July 21, 2015
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  30. 7gsports said:

    If you plan to take a robot for your home but do not have a lot of money here is one we found for $599 and it's full programmable.

    http://igg.me/at/buddy-companion-robot/x/5156203

    July 24, 2015
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  31. Cheree Comez said:

    Robots are needed, but not in any shape or form should a robot replace a human. Just like a computer; a robot can only do what a human being has programmed them to do. With that said it's not impossible for there to be room for error which can be costly. I would suggest that inventors play close attention to this, because it's always important to have that human component. Ashanti-Cheree L. Combsez CPS1110 Class 3:00p-3:50PM

    September 23, 2015
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  32. cakeo said:

    SHOOT SHOOT SHOOT

    September 24, 2015
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  33. cakeo said:

    NUMBER 8 DOE

    September 24, 2015
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  34. cakeo said:

    13*

    September 24, 2015
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  35. cakeo said:

    AND 10

    September 24, 2015
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  36. Andrew Creek said:

    Wow! That's all that I can say! Just wow! I really like your videos!

    September 26, 2015
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  37. brianna banana said:

    bro omg but then people can 3d print them. whats even the use of pricing things if people can just 3d print them, then use them? the people that made 3d printers are working on it even more so it can make actual food. this world is actually becoming so advanced lmao

    September 27, 2015
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  38. J B said:

    Miim is a Japanese robot that responds to speech. The android can also sing and dance and clean. Robobee can beat its wings 120 times a second and have a wing spand of 3cm

    October 15, 2015
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  39. PaperTowel said:

    Icub is as scary af

    October 30, 2015
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  40. Sudo Linux said:

    Qrio was light years ahead of these.

    October 31, 2015
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  41. Michael Fine said:

    I believe if you give a robot too much freedom like to be able to think, to roam around, to have any kind of weaponry, something is going to go wrong.

    It will be smart enough to know it's being used for work. It is not having the freedom we have when we let the robots do the work while we relax on a warm beach. The safest robots to me are ones do not have any flexibility to actually move except for the task it has been set to. It has a certain program. Yet, we need robots to think so we can evolve as humans.

    What do you think?

    November 29, 2015
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  42. Monica said:

    It is really good! Thanks

    January 31, 2016
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  43. 420 Dav-is said:

    7 looks like a transgender

    March 16, 2016
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  44. Aparri said:

    Anyone else creeped out?

    June 24, 2016
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  45. Nati H said:

    Why does roboy have to be so expensive!?

    August 7, 2016
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  46. friendly heavy said:

    2:15 oh my god.
    5:41 suh dude, i'm ur uber driver 4 today
    7:35 i want me one of those, without some weird shape attached to his back

    August 20, 2016
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  47. Daniel Ahlert said:

    Robots don't buy cars youtube

    November 12, 2016
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  48. Daniel Ahlert said:

    Robots don't buy cars youtube

    July 15, 2017
    Reply
  49. Mar Robô YuoTube said:

    interessante, estou a fazer um inmoov, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RPLNFYzrttA

    February 6, 2018
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  50. The Fabsisters said:

    nice but try this one

    May 6, 2018
    Reply
  51. Sparrowhark said:

    American bull again

    December 29, 2018
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