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    Wolf-Like Robot VS Wild Boars

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    A wolf-like robot is guarding the field of a Japanese farmer. Its task is to scare wild boars away. The scarecrow, the size of an actual wolf, is covered with fur.

    His LED eyes are equipped with motion sensors. The robot makes 18 types of sounds, including a human scream and a gunshot. The robot is equipped with artificial intelligence. It is used to minize damage from wild boars.

    Artificial Intelligence (AI), robot, Japan
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