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Topic - Akifumi Tamaoki
General Manager Akifumi Tamaoki said more tests were needed on more people to insure safety and reliability, and gain user feedback, but the commercial products in the works were going to be smaller and lighter than the prototype versions shown.
"We define gentle and smart machines as partner robots," he said.