Video: German Fembot AILA

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When we showed you AILA [GER] for the first time back in April, the only video material available of the robotic female from Germany wasn’t exactly of great quality. But now her maker, the Deutsches Forschungszentrum für Künstliche Intelligenz (DFKI/German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence), has shot and uploaded a new, better, and slightly longer (2.42 min.) video.

To recap, AILA stands 170cm tall and boasts these features: 18 joints in the body, a stereo camera, a 3D camera, and three laser sensors.

There are RFID antennas in her hands that help her identify, grab and move objects. She can “autonomously” move around on a 12 DOF mobile base, but as you can see in the new video embedded below, AILA is still pretty slow.

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