Cue 3’s name is supposed to reflect the idea the technology can serve as a cue, or signal of great things to come.
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It can't dribble, let alone slam dunk, but Toyota's basketball robot hardly ever misses a free throw or a 3-pointer.The 2017 version of the robot was designed to make free throws.Yudai Baba, a basketball player likely representing host Japan at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, took part in the demonstration and also missed a couple of shots. If the robot could learn a few more tricks, he was ready to accept the robot on the team, he said.When will such robots be able to slam dunk, a feat that will require running, dribbling and jumping?
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