Inspenet, November 11, 2023.
The Chinese government has defined a strategy to develop humanoid robots by 2025 and has a production system that is suitable for large-scale manufacturing of this technology. That is why the Asian country wants to lead the production of these machines starting from the aforementioned year.
Thanks to information leaked by Bloomberg, which is based on documents from the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, it has become known that the Chinese government intends to support a nascent industry that until now has received little attention in other countries. countries.
According to the document, the government has plans to support companies that want to lead the development of the first generation of human-like robots. Specifically, the government is expected to provide support to startups, set industry standards, promote talent development, and seek international collaboration to foster this industry focused on human-shaped robots.
Likewise, it highlights the challenges that must be addressed in the coming months to meet its goal of manufacturing humanoid robots by 2025. These challenges include the need to develop significant technological advances in areas such as environmental sensors, motion control and machine-human interaction, aspects that are still far from achieved.
It should be noted that it is also supporting the incorporation of artificial intelligence in the field of robotics and considers that it is essential to promote research related to the limbs of future robots. Although production is expected to begin in 2025, it would not be until 2027 that these robots would acquire the ability to think, learn, and innovate.
Despite the progress shown by companies like Boston Dynamics in the field of robotics, China’s plan could be considered too ambitious at present.
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