[:en]1,069 dancing robots break the Guinness World Record in China[:es]Rompen récord Guinness con ejército de 1,069 robots danzantes en China[:]

[:en]Elon Musk says artificial intelligence is a bigger threat than North KoreaBill Gates has suggested that it will be necessary for companies to pay a “robot tax” as they increasingly replace workers with automation.

But the rise of machine intelligence isn’t all bad. Case in point: it’s made possible a robot dance party which is … oddly captivating to watch.

Recently, Chinese company WL Intelligent Technology Co. broke the Guinness World Records for the most robots dancing simultaneously. There were 1,069 in all who made it through the dance routine. A couple toppled over and they weren’t counted, according to a statement from Guinness World Records. (Video below.)

The robot dance off, held in Guangzhou, Guangdong, was actually a business strategy — a public relations move by WL Intelligent Technology Co., the creators of the humanoid bots. It hosted the event as a way to show off its robot technology, according to a statement from Guinness World Records. Clearly, their public relations strategy worked. The Guinness World Records YouTube video already has hundreds of thousands of views.

The robots in the dance party are called “Dobi” and retail for $329.99. In addition to dancing, the Dobi robot can also do push ups and respond to voice commands.

To take the top spot, WL Intelligent Technology Co. outstripped Chinese tech company Ever Win Company & Ltd, which previously held the record with 1,007 robots dancing simultaneously. That record was set in July 2016. (Video below.)

Source: CBS News

 [:es]Un nuevo récord Guinness se ha impuesto en la ciudad china de Cantón, donde la compañía WL Tech agrupó un ejército integrado por 1,069 robots “Dobi” que bailaron de forma simultánea, a través de un sistema de control central.

En el video publicado por Guinness World Records se nota como algunos robots no lograron seguir los pasos y cayeron sin que nadie pudiera intervenir, lo que no impidió que las unidades restantes consiguieran el récord.

Además de ser unos excelentes bailarines, los robot “Dobi” tienen otros talentos: pueden cantar, practicar box e incluso hacer movimientos de Kung Fu.


El récord anterior fue impuesto en el 2016 durante el Festival de Cerveza en Qingdao, China, en donde reunieron 1,007 robots QRC-2 que lograron bailar de forma coordinada.

Fuente: SDP Noticias


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