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Unitree Go2 is a 4-legged robot integrated GPT-powered system

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Image credit : Hackster.io Chinese company Unitree has launched pre-orders for its second-generation robot dog companion, the Go2. This robotic canine, weighing around 15 kg (33 lb) and standing approximately 40 cm (16 in) tall, offers impressive features such as the ability to jog alongside you, perform acrobatic feats, and communicate using a GPT-powered system that generates code on the spot. The Go2 boasts a durable aluminum and high-strength plastic chassis that can carry over half its weight as additional payload, and it can operate for one to two hours on a single battery charge. The base model, priced at $1,600, can reach speeds of 5.6 mph (9 km/h), while the Pro model, available for $2,800, elevates this capability to 7.8 mph (12.6 km/h), enabling it to easily match the pace of most joggers. [caption id="attachment_191180" align="aligncenter" width="1920"]Unitree Go2 Image credit : ArtStation[/caption] Equipped with super wide-angle LiDAR and HD cameras, the new model effectively navigates and maps its surroundings in real time. This enables it to walk alongside you while evading obstacles and adapting to challenging terrains, including stairs and rocks. The Go2's athleticism is enhanced by motors that are 30% more torquey than those of its predecessor. It can execute jumps, perform impressive backflips, dance on crossed-over legs, and demonstrate remarkable balance by standing on its front two legs and descending stairs in this manner. Also read : ROBOTIS GAEMI Indoor Service Robot Can Deliver Goods In Residential Complexes & Offices The Pro model also features a GPT-powered speech engine, allowing for natural language conversations. More remarkably, it attempts to autonomously write code in response to verbal requests, deciphering user intentions and seeking ways to assist. While its practical utility is limited at this stage – as demonstrated by its inability to fetch a glass of water in a promotional video – its capacity to create code dynamically based on verbal interactions is a noteworthy feature.

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