8 Most Advanced Humanoid Robots That Could Change the World

The recent AI revolution indicates that "Humanoid Robots" are going to be one of the next big things in the world.

The industry will worth $13.8 billion by 2028 according to MarketsandMarkets.

Apptronik launched their bipedal robot "Apollo", which was created to fit in all the places that a human can fit into and use all the tools that humans can use. 


Apollo by Apptronik

The robot was designed to work in "dirty and hazardous conditions" in space such as on the Moon. "One of the most advanced humanoid robots in the world" - University of Edinburgh.


NASA's Valkyrie

Ameca by Engineered Arts can simulate dreams. It uses OpenAI's GPT-3 to generate responses. 


Engineered Arts' robot Ameca

Digit is designed to handle bulk materials within warehouses and distribution centers. Amazon is testing this robot in their R&D center. 


Agility Robotics' Digit

Drinks maker Dictator appointed humanoid robot 'Mika' as CEO of their company. Its tasks include: helping spot potential clients and helping artists design bottles for the company. 


Dictador's Mika

Elon Musk's company Tesla showcased Optimus robot at its AI day in 2022. The billionaire claims they may be able to take orders for these robots in 3 to 4 years. 


Tesla's Optimus

Humanoid robot Sophia has been a sensation in recent years. I was shown all over the world. The world was stunned by her capabilities. 


Hanson Robotics' Sophia

Boston Dynamics' robot dogs can speak in full sentences. The company is going to integrate ChatGPT into these robots.


Boston Dynamics' Robot Dogs 'Spot'