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[Photo News] KAIST’s humanoid robot carries 2018 PyeongChang Olympics torch

HUMANOID ROBOT CARRIES OLYMPICS TORCH — Hubo, a humanoid robot developed by a team of researchers led by Professor Oh Jun-ho at Korea’s top science and technology research university KAIST, receives the 2018 PyeongChang Olympics torch from Dennis Hong, the founding director of the Robotics and Mechanisms Laboratory at UCLA, in Daejeon, Monday. It is the first time that a robot has carried the Olympic torch. (Yonhap)
HUMANOID ROBOT CARRIES OLYMPICS TORCH — Hubo, a humanoid robot developed by a team of researchers led by Professor Oh Jun-ho at Korea’s top science and technology research university KAIST, receives the 2018 PyeongChang Olympics torch from Dennis Hong, the founding director of the Robotics and Mechanisms Laboratory at UCLA, in Daejeon, Monday. It is the first time that a robot has carried the Olympic torch. (Yonhap)


HUMANOID ROBOT CARRIES OLYMPICS TORCH — Hubo, a humanoid robot developed by a team of researchers at Korea’s top science and technology research university KAIST, sits in the driver seat of a self-driving vehicle accompanied by Professor Dennis Hong, who is carrying the 2017 PyeongChang Olympics torch, in Daejeon, Monday. (Yonhap)
HUMANOID ROBOT CARRIES OLYMPICS TORCH — Hubo, a humanoid robot developed by a team of researchers at Korea’s top science and technology research university KAIST, sits in the driver seat of a self-driving vehicle accompanied by Professor Dennis Hong, who is carrying the 2017 PyeongChang Olympics torch, in Daejeon, Monday. (Yonhap)
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