This quadruped robot could become a lifeguard, street cleaner, or delivery bot

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Researchers in South Korea have developed a robot that can walk and run on any type of terrain. The quadruped robot, RaiBo, can equally keep its balance on grass, a sandy beach, an athletics track or an air mattress. Its developers say previous robotic systems could walk on shifting terrain, but only walk. “Walking and running are very different. If you walk very gently, the sand doesn’t deform, and stays intact, which makes it very easy to walk on,” said Professor Jemin Hwangbo, of the Robotics & Artificial Intelligence Lab at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology (KAIST). “But…

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