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World’s Most Advanced Robot Joins Museum Of The Future

The robot, named Ameca, will help guide and interact with museum visitors.



world's most advanced robot joins museum of the future

An AI-powered humanoid robot named Ameca has just joined the team of human employees at the Museum of the Future in Dubai. The advanced robot won’t simply issue clunky voice greetings, but will use advanced AI systems to interact with museum visitors.

Engineering Arts are responsible for the eerily humanlike employee, and they claim it’s the most advanced of its type in the entire world. The robot, named Ameca, is able to make different facial expressions, as well as answer questions and greet guests at the Tomorrow Today exhibition in Dubai’s Museum of the Future.

“Human-like artificial intelligence needs a human-like artificial body. Smooth, lifelike motion and advanced facial expression capabilities mean Ameca can strike an instant rapport with anybody. Ameca is the perfect platform to develop interaction between us humans and any metaverse or digital realm,” posts Engineered Arts on its website.

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The Tomorrow Today exhibition is one of several experiences at the museum designed to explore how technology can shape and advance humanity’s future for the better. The exhibition focuses on solving environmental challenges, using more than 50 exhibits across five distinct themes of waste management, environment, food, security, agriculture, and city planning.


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Initial Trials Of Dubai’s Driverless Evocargo Trucks Completed

Testing was announced on July 17, and the completion is a major milestone towards upgrading the region’s logistics infrastructure.



initial trials of dubai's driverless evocargo trucks completed
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A Dubai-based company has completed the initial trials for the UAE’s first driverless trucks. The groundbreaking achievement by Evocargo, partnering with Dubai South, took place at Dubai South Logistics District, and marked a significant step towards incorporating autonomous technologies into the region’s wider logistics infrastructure.

Announced on Wednesday, July 17th, the trials featured the Evocargo N1 unmanned electric truck navigating a predetermined route within a controlled setting. The test involved interactions with common road obstacles such as cars, trucks, and pedestrians, aiming to evaluate the vehicle’s hardware and software reliability, accident prevention systems, and overall readiness for public road use.

Officials were keen to highlight that this accomplishment aligns with the UAE’s ambitious strategy to position itself as a global leader in innovation and technology adoption. The country aims to have 25% of all transportation in Dubai autonomous by 2030, underscoring its commitment to revolutionizing the logistics sector using advanced technologies.

Mohsen Ahmad, CEO of the Logistics District at Dubai South, emphasized the importance of the collaboration with Evocargo in enhancing the region’s logistics capabilities. He noted that autonomous vehicles are set to increase efficiency, reduce carbon emissions, and establish a sustainable logistics infrastructure that will benefit both Dubai and the wider UAE.

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Ahmed Al-Ansi, CEO of Evocargo Autonomous Logistic Services, also expressed optimism that the trials will draw new customers and investments across the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries. The partnership aims to lead in innovative tech solutions, further establishing the UAE as a pioneer in autonomous transportation.

The successful completion of the trials marks a crucial step towards realizing the UAE’s vision for a technologically advanced and sustainable future in which autonomous vehicles are expected to play a pivotal role in global logistics.

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