Meet Grace: Google’s Revolutionary Humanoid Robot
Grace Robot

Grace, the cutting-edge humanoid robot from Google AI, boasts advanced capabilities in natural language processing, computer vision, and machine learning. She excels in intuitive human interaction, adapts to new situations, and handles tasks ranging from object retrieval to customer service and medical assistance. Grace is envisioned as a companionable and revolutionary addition to our daily lives and work.

Purpose: Grace Robot aims to be a versatile humanoid for seamless human interaction, learning, and task performance, spanning customer service, healthcare, and education.

Industry Applications: Grace Robot revolutionizes warehousing, customer service, education, and healthcare, enhancing efficiency, service, and support across industries

Market Value: Healthcare-$50 billion, Customer Service-$20 billion, Education-$10 billion, Manufacturing-$5 billion,Logistics-$5 billion,Other-$20 billion.

Key Benefits: Automates tasks, personalizes service, cuts costs, enhances efficiency, improves safety.

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Key Elements

Target Audience: Elderly, isolated, healthcare-focused individuals

TimeLine: Developed in 2023, beta version to be mass-produced in 2023, fully deployed in 2024.

Technical Specifications

  • Height: 1.6 meters,Weight: 54 kilograms
  • Degrees of Freedom: 36
  • Processing Power: NVIDIA Jetson Xavier NX
  • Sensors: Camera, microphone, temperature sensor, pressure sensor
  • Actuators: Motors, grippers

Environmental Factors: It is designed to be resilient to environmental factors, such as temperature, humidity, and dust.

Safety Requirements: Grace Robot must be designed, programmed, and operated in a way that minimizes the risk of harm to humans and property.

Regulatory Requirements: Regulatory requirements for Grace Robot vary by use and location, often involving safety standards, data privacy rules, and ethics.

Usability: It is a versatile, adaptable, and scalable humanoid robot that can be used in a variety of applications, from customer service to education to healthcare.

Maintainability: Grace Robot is designed to be highly maintainable, with modular components that can be easily replaced.

Budget: The budget of Grace Robot is not publicly available.

Robot Cost : Cost of Grace Robot unknown; expected to be over $100,000.

Cost of Ownership: The cost of ownership of Grace Robot is not yet publicly available.

Technical Operations: Grace Robot excels in natural interactions, learning, and versatile tasks.

Success Story : In 2023, Grace robot was used to administer medications to patients in hospitals and clinics.

Targeted Customers: Customers who need a versatile, adaptable, and scalable robot that can interact with humans in a natural and intuitive way should adopt Grace Robot.

Competitive Products: Grace Robot’s competitors include Ameca, Tesla Bot, and Atlas.

Established Year: Hanson Robotics company established in 2007

Developing Grace’s Goal: Hanson Robotics chose to develop Grace to advance healthcare and eldercare.

Founders & Co-Founders: Grace Robot Company is a private company, so the names of its investors are not publicly known.




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