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Boston Dynamics is retiring Atlas, the famous iconic bipedal robot in existence. The report generated considerable interest in the tech industry and the general public, raising questions about the future trajectory of robotics technology and potential directions for development.

As a pioneer in humanoid robotics, Atlas has achieved worldwide recognition for its remarkable mobility and dynamic balance capabilities, setting numerous milestones along the way.

The departure of Atlas serves as a microcosm that reflects the broader development trajectory in the field of robotics.

Meanwhile, the two-legged robot with Embodied AI, Mornine, the product of a joint effort between Chery and Aimoga, is set to debut at the upcoming CEO-themed conference.

The Mornine is powered by electric motors and runs on battery power, based on the Atlas hydraulic system. While it may not match the explosive power and rough terrain performance of the Atlas, the Mornine excels in scalability and cost-effectiveness, making it ideal for large-scale production and commercialization. Mornine has a highly biomimetic design with a face made of a human-like silicone biomimetic material.

This material is designed to provide realistic visual effects and tactile sensations. In addition, Mornine can simulate human movements of the oral and facial muscles, articulate expressions such as speaking, smiling and convincingly opening the mouth.

Mornine is equipped with large language models that, when integrated with robotic technology, make it possible to use the model’s abilities to understand and generate language. This ability allows Mornine to accurately interpret verbal or written commands from humans and translate them into specific action strategies.

Mornine’s versatility encompasses a wide range of application scenarios, making it a pioneer of a new system of ecosystem services for customers.

Its development takes place in three transformational stages, each of which represents breakthrough functions and expands application horizons in response to technological progress and evolving societal demands.

During the initial phase, Mornine serves as an experienced information provider and product consultant. For example, in settings such as automotive sales centers or showrooms, Mornine uses its extensive knowledge base to provide accurate answers to customer questions and provide detailed product overviews and recommendations via voice or screen interfaces.

Mornine, which has advanced to the second phase, integrates advanced features such as visual recognition and autonomous navigation. It can autonomously navigate and guide customers to specific product locations, using its nimble robotic arms for physical demonstrations and operations and even assisting customers with product handling tasks.

In its third and final development phase, Mornine will evolve into a comprehensive home assistant that offers a myriad of services in home care scenarios.

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