from IEEE Spectrum:
Researchers at Tehran University, in Iran, unveiled last month an adult-sized humanoid robot called Surena 2.
The initial press reports in Iran’s official news media didn’t include many details, saying only it could “walk like a human being but at a slower pace” and perform some other tasks, and there were questions about the robot’s real capabilities.
IEEE Spectrum obtained more information about Surena, as well as images and videos showing that the robot can indeed walk — and even stand on one leg.
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