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Japan (Might) Be Using Robotic Help at Fukushima

80beatsBy Patrick MorganMarch 19, 2011 11:12 PM

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: Japan has finally called in the robots to the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant, dispatching this red AKA Monirobo that is equipped with radiation detectors, temperature and humidity sensors, and a 3-D camera. What's the Olds:

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    Not So Fast: It isn't clear how much work (if any) the AKA Monirobo is accomplishing thus far.

      Image: Asahi Shimbun

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