Aldebaran Again - Is this the end of Pepper? (2022)
Softbank Robotics sold their Nao and Pepper robots to the United Robotics Group (URG) which reversed the name of this business back to its orginal “Aldebaran”. In this episode Dwain Allan and I discuss the uncertain future of Nao and Pepper based on direct correspondence with URG. We try to answer the question whether you should still invest in this robotic platform. Is Aldebaran another zombie robotic company?
CitationBartneck C, Allan D (2022). Aldebaran Again - Is this the end of Pepper? [Podcast].
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Keywordsrobot; hri; Aldebaran; softbank; urg
ANZSRC Fields of Research46 - Information and computing sciences::4608 - Human-centred computing::460806 - Human-computer interaction
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40 - Engineering::4007 - Control engineering, mechatronics and robotics
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