The Oregon State University has recently unveiled a machine that is faster than the speed of light and your typical mall walker. It is a bipedal robot, and it has just clocked a time of 24.73 seconds as it ran a 100-meter dash.
The leading Robo-athlete is known as Cassie, and the Oregon State University College of Engineering is responsible for her creation. OSU claims that Cassie was constructed with knees similar to those of an ostrich and that it lacks cameras and censors, meaning that it is essentially blind.
The major single-entry race took place at the school’s Whyte Track and Field Center, and despite the fact that it did not win the event, the accomplishment is remarkable in light of the fact that it was achieved by a robot.
As a point of information, Bolt has successfully defended his 9.58-second 100-meter world record.
As it turns out, Cassie has another significant accomplishment on its record… after completing a 5-kilometer run in 53 minutes in the year 2021.
According to the person in charge of the Cassie project, Devin Crowley, “Cassie has been a platform for pioneering research in robot learning for locomotion.” “The accomplishment of running a five-kilometer race required consistency and stamina, which begs the question: how quickly can Cassie run? Because of this, the study team decided to switch their emphasis to speed.”
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