Navigating the Skies: Korea’s PIBOT Set to Outdo Human Pilots

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The PIBOT project under the auspices of KAIST (Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology) has stirred global attention, as it promises a humanoid machine capable of handling intricate aviation tasks. These human-like robots might be the co-pilots of our future.

The Chinese space station’s new flying robotic assistant

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In a remarkable development for the Chinese space programme, the South China Morning Post recently reported that Taikobot, a humanoid robot, will soon join the crew of the recently completed Tienkung space station. Standing 171 centimetres tall and weighing just 25 kilograms, Taikobot’s primary role will be to assist astronauts with small tasks and efficiently transport various equipment between the station’s different modules.