INAOE’s Sabina The Domestic Robot

In order to realize the second law of robotics: a robot must obey the orders given by humans, Mexican Eduardo Morales Manzanares developed intelligent automata that do not require specialized personnel to be controlled.

The physical engineer of the National Institute of Astrophysics, Optics and Electronics (Inaoe), created a software that allows one of these robots, called Sabina, to be able to learn with the user’s guide, either remote control with a joystick or keyboard and more naturally through voice commands or teaching him to perform tasks, as is done with a small child.

The quality of this equipment designed by the master in Information Technology by the University of Edinburgh in Scotland is that anyone can program it without having to be an expert in robotics. The purpose of the invention is that it interact naturally with the human being and recognize patterns of the environment, such as rooms and walls; adapt to the environment so as not to clash with objects and learn independently to perform different tasks of daily life, including going to certain places, bringing a drink or picking a medicine.


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