Meet the World’s 7 Most Advanced Humanoid Robots

• This article discusses the seven advanced humanoid robots in the world and their capabilities and applications.
• Humanoid robots have the potential to benefit people in a variety of fields, such as education, healthcare and customer service.
• However, they are still in early development stages and face challenges like high cost and complex engineering requirements.


Humanoid robots are advanced robots that are designed to look and move like humans. They are equipped with sensors and cameras that allow them to recognize human faces and emotions, respond to voice commands, carry out conversations, etc. Humanoid robots offer many benefits such as improved intuitive communication with humans, making them ideal for sectors such as education, healthcare, customer service etc. Despite having potential benefits, they are currently expensive due to their complexity in engineering processes involved in their creation.


Developed by Boston Dynamics, Atlas is a 1.8-meter-tall humanoid robot designed to perform tasks in rough terrain such as walking on uneven surfaces or lifting heavy weights. It can navigate through difficult terrains or debris for search & rescue operations and is suitable for industrial settings since it can move large objects accurately for assembly lines welding or painting jobs.


Developed by Honda Motors Corporation, Asimo is a humanoid robot capable of running/walking/climbing stairs due to its advanced sensors which enable it navigate through complex environments. It has been used extensively in research activities & educational purposes along with engineering tests at universities all over the world.


RoboThespian is an entertainment robot developed by Engineered Arts Ltd., UK which stands at 1.9 meters tall & weighs 75kgs making it one of the tallest humanoids available today. Its facial expressions can be programmed according to user’s requirement while its audio system amplifies sound so that it can interact better with audiences even from far away distances at concerts & conferences alike.


NEXI (Network Enabled Expression Interface) is another robot developed by MIT Media Labs USA which has been designed specifically for social interactions up close with people using its flexible body parts made from metal wires & magnets along with wheels that enable movement around spaces much like humans do! It also features eyes on its head which display various emotions depending upon what’s happening around it; thus allowing users understand how it may be feeling during conversations!