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    Robot With Human-Like Hands Could Tackle Dangerous Situationsi
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    August 20, 2013 9:50 PM
    Robo Sally is a remotely controlled humanoid robot that may one day help law enforcement officials and emergency technicians defuse bombs, patrol large spaces and do guard duty. VOA’s George Putic reports it was designed by researchers at Johns Hopkins University’s Applied Physics Laboratory [APL], outside Washington, D.C.

    Robot With Human-Like Hands Could Tackle Dangerous Situations

    Published August 20, 2013

    Robo Sally is a remotely controlled humanoid robot that may one day help law enforcement officials and emergency technicians defuse bombs, patrol large spaces and do guard duty. VOA’s George Putic reports it was designed by researchers at Johns Hopkins University’s Applied Physics Laboratory [APL], outside Washington, D.C.


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