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A Robot Arm That Writes Answers

Torobote-kun -

Torobote-kun debuts!
Robot arms to write answers found by AI

The robot arms write answers found by artificial intelligence (AI) on answer sheets. Torobote-kun was developed by DENSO as part of the Todai Robot Project led by the National Institute of Informatics, and a demonstration was given at the project results meeting in 2016. The AI tackled an essay-type question, and Torobote-kun wrote the answers using a ballpoint pen on an answer sheet to simulate the entrance exam of the University of Tokyo.
Promotional Video

Creating a Society Where People Live in Harmony with AI

DENSO believes that AI and robots will help people unleash creativity in their work. Thus,
DENSO is conducting research on using robots as physical devices to visualize and embody the results of AI processing.
DENSO will continue to develop robots that interface between AI and people,
thereby creating a more convenient society where people live in harmony with AI.

Shogi-playing Robot

DENSO has also developed shogi-playing robots for the “Denosen” shogi series (matches between professional shogi players and computer shogi software) organized by DWANGO Co., Ltd. and the Japan Shogi Association. The shogi-playing robots make the physical moves calculated by the computer software (AI) on the shogi board.

Torobote-kun

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A Robot Arm That Writes Answers A Robot Arm That Writes Answers

Torobote-kun

Torobote-kun

Torobote-kun debuts!
Robot arms to write answers found by AI

The robot arms write answers found by artificial intelligence (AI) on answer sheets. Torobote-kun was developed by DENSO as part of the Todai Robot Project led by the National Institute of Informatics, and a demonstration was given at the project results meeting in 2016. The AI tackled an essay-type question, and Torobote-kun wrote the answers using a ballpoint pen on an answer sheet to simulate the entrance exam of the University of Tokyo.

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Promotional Video

Creating a Society Where People Live in Harmony with AI

DENSO believes that AI and robots will help people unleash creativity in their work. Thus, DENSO is conducting research on using robots as physical devices to visualize and embody the results of AI processing.
DENSO will continue to develop robots that interface between AI and people, thereby creating a more convenient society where people live in harmony with AI.

  • Shogi-playing Robot

    DENSO has also developed shogi-playing Robots for the “Denosen” shogi series (matches between professional shogi players and computer shogi software) organized by DWANGO Co., Ltd. and the Japan Shogi Association. The shogi-playing robots make the physical moves calculated by the computer software (AI) on the shogi board.

    将棋代指しロボット
Todai Robot Project ”Can a Robot Get Into the University of Tokyo?” let by the National Institute of informatics