Sure, it’s a Keurig machine, but the Figure 01 AI humanoid robot has learned how to make a cup of coffee by simply watching videos of humans over the span of 10-hours and self-correcting its mistakes. This humanoid is capable of thinking, learning, as well as interacting with its environment and is designed for initial deployment into the workforce.
Figure hopes to tackle labor shortages with tens of millions of unsafe or undesirable jobs with their humanoid robot. Once deployed, they’ll work alongside humans and have the potential to produce an abundance of affordable, more widely available goods and services like never before.
Keurig K-Classic Coffee Maker K-Cup Pod, Single Serve, Programmable, 6 to 10 oz. Brew Sizes, Black
- Note: 1)Too coarse a grind, too little coffee, or insufficiently tamping the grounds before brewing can all lead to inadequate pressure for a proper…
- Brews multiple k-cup pod sizes: (6, 8, 10 ounce) – the most popular k-cup pod brew sizes. Use the 6 ounce brew size to achieve the strongest brew.
- Large 48 ounce water reservoir: Allows you to brew 6 plus cups before having to refill, saving you time and simplifying your morning routine. The…
We believe general purpose humanoid robots have far more potential than single-purpose robots, which are currently ubiquitous within the field. In early development, the tasks Figure’s humanoids complete will be structured and repetitive, but over time, and with advancements in robot learning and software, we will expand capabilities and eventually see tasks being performed better than humans,” said Brett Adcock, Figure’s Founder and CEO.