China's ambitious goal to create lifelike humanoid robots by 2025

China aims to produce its first lifelike humanoid robots by 2025, according to a new initiative by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology. This ambitious plan includes nurturing robotics companies, setting industry standards, and promoting international collaboration. The move signals China's intention to compete in the global robotics industry and adds a new dimension to the technological race between the world's largest economies. Shares of Chinese robotics companies have surged in response to the announcement, reflecting the enthusiasm for this exciting development. The future of humanoid robots is one step closer to reality.

This initiative doesn't seem far-fetched, as Chinese startup Fourier Intelligence unveiled its humanoid robot, GR-1, with impressive capabilities, including walking on two legs at a speed of 5 km/h while carrying a 50 kg load. Fourier Intelligence aims to start mass production by the end of 2023 and collaborate with major AI companies to enhance the robot's capabilities.

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