Robot demonstrates basketball shooting skills at the Olympics


A robot was featured in a video demonstrating its basketball skills during halftime at the Tokyo Olympics on Sunday, video shows.

The robot was wearing a jersey while videotaping during the halftime game between the US and France in Tokyo, Japan.

CUE, the first version of the robot, was developed by Toyota in 2018, according to the company’s website. The first version of the robot took three minutes to restart between takes.

Toyota later developed CUE2, which was unveiled at the game’s halftime show in November 2018, and scored a three-point throw, according to the website. The third version, CUE3, set a Guinness World Record in 2019 for the “most frequent basketball free throws in a row by a humanoid robot”.

It’s unclear whether CUE2 or CUE3 shot at the Tokyo Olympics. (RELATED: Stripchat Porn Site Has Free Content For Olympians If They Win A Gold Medal)

The US team later lost that game to France 83-76, where they were considered strong favorites to win.

The TV ratings for the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games in Japan were the lowest ratings in 33 years, with only 16.7 million viewers.

The International Olympic Committee announced on Wednesday morning that Brisbane, Australia would host the 2032 competition. The country has previously hosted the Games twice, with Sydney in 2000 and Melbourne in 1956.

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