Robots Could Work Aboard The ISS In The Future

TagsNASA, Robots, humanoid, Space, International Space Station, artificial intelligence The humanoid robot AILA (artificial intelligence lightweight android) operates a switchboard during a demonstration by the German research centre for artificial intelligence at the CeBit computer fair in Hanover March, 5, 2013. The biggest fair of its kind open its doors to the public on March 5 and will run till March 9, 2013. REUTERS/ Credit:Reuters/Fabrizio Bensch NASA is considering robots to do some of its work needed at the International Space Station (ISS). The University of Bremen hand in hand with the German Research Center for AI has developed a female humanoid named AILA to do some of their space work. There are many things that are needed to be done on the ISS. If a robot could be employed…


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