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A humanoid robot in the Destiny laboratory of the International Space Station.
Robonaut 2: NASA’s humanoid robot can decide independently which actions to perform (picture: akg-images/Stocktrek Images)
Robonaut 2: NASA’s humanoid robot can decide independently which actions to perform (picture: akg-images/Stocktrek Images)entscheiden, welche Aktionen auszuführen sind (Bild: akg-images/Stocktrek Images).