OpenAI’s first humanoid robot with chatgpt is shown in a video: here’s what it can do Figure 01

A new video depicting the robot has been released Figures 01the first prototype produced by the American company of the same name which has recently signed an agreement with OpenAI – manufacturer of ChatGPT – which depicts a humanoid robot able to understand, analyze and interpret voice commands of a human. In essence it is a robot morphologically similar to a human capable of receiving gods voice inputs by a user and to transform requests into actions motor. The video shows the robot’s capabilities relating to the upper limbs such as the excellent ability to grab, move and reposition objects and the ease with which he manages to contextualize what you “see” via cameras installed at “eye” level.

How it is made and what it can do Figure 01

Figures 01 it’s a prototype developed by Figures, American company founded by Brett Adcock which aims to combine the latest technologies in the fields of robotics and of theartificial intelligence. Figure robots combine the analysis and language understanding capabilities of ChatGPT with the latest developments in robotics. It is no coincidence that in the video we can see how the robot has to “think about it” for a few seconds for each question asked by the interviewer: this is due to the forwarding of the request and the subsequent processing towards the OpenAI computing centres.

In his “head” there are in fact installed some cameras That they resume the scene in front of the robot. The images are then sent to an algorithm artificial intelligence which analyzes what the robot is viewing, helping it to interpret the context within which it moves and the possible actions that may be requested of him. In the video, for example, the interviewer asks the robot to provide him with food and the robot gives him an apple because “it is the only edible element he sees in front of him”.

The robot is then equipped with two hands with five fingers Equipped with independent actuatorsthanks to which the robot can grasp and move objects.

Other examples of intelligent robots

Figures 01 is yet another contender in the “intelligent robots” domain. Only a few months ago in fact Teslaone of the companies of Elon Muskhad presented another anthropomorphic robot named Optimus. We also think about what happens with robots Boston Dynamicspurchased from Amazon to improve the productivity of its warehouses, or to robot dog produced by the same company purchased by the bomb squad of Carabinieri. This “proliferation” is due not only to technological progress, but also to the fact that robotics will play an increasingly leading role within manufacturing companies And logistics.

Regarding future uses of robots like this Figures declares:

As automation continues to integrate with human life on a large scale, we can expect that the work-based economy as we know it will transform. Robots that can think, learn, reason and interact with the environment will eventually be able to perform tasks better than humans.
(…) labor will decrease until it becomes equivalent to the rental price of a robot, facilitating holistic, long-term cost reduction. Over time, humans could abandon the cycle altogether as robots become capable of building other robots, further driving down prices.