Google is to start selling a humanoid robot which can walk, climb, use tools and even drive a car.
Called Schaft, the robot was developed by a Japanese firm bought by Google.
It recently won a military ‘robo-olympics’ – but Google has revealed the machine is being pulled from future rounds of the contest so it can be developed into the firm’s first commercial robot.
Schaft’s 1.48m (4ft 11in) tall, two-legged robot entered the contest the favourite and lived up to its reputation.
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