What does it do?

  • Humanoid Robotics
  • Manufacturing
  • Logistics
  • Warehousing
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How is it used?

  • Data to 3D Model

Details & Features

  • Made By

    Figure AI
  • Released On


Figure 01 is an autonomous humanoid robot developed by Figure, designed to perform a wide range of tasks in human-centric environments. It integrates generative artificial intelligence to enhance human capabilities across various sectors, including manufacturing, logistics, warehousing, and retail.

Key features:
- Height: 5'6" and weight: 60kg, suitable for human-centric environments
- Payload capacity: Up to 20kg, enabling lifting and moving objects
- Speed: 1.2M/S for efficient navigation through various settings
- Runtime: 5 hours, ensuring sustained operations over a significant part of the workday
- Power system: Electricity-based, emphasizing sustainability and ease of recharging
- Human form factor: Emulates human form to use tools, open doors, climb stairs, and perform tasks requiring dexterity and mobility

How it works:
Figure 01 integrates into environments built for humans, leveraging AI to perform tasks beyond the capabilities of single-function robots. It autonomously navigates workspaces, executes tasks ranging from lifting boxes to operating machinery, and utilizes generative AI for decision-making and adaptation to new tasks and environments.

While specific integrations are not detailed, the involvement of major tech entities like OpenAI and Nvidia in funding rounds suggests that Figure is likely leveraging state-of-the-art AI technologies and frameworks developed by these leaders in the AI space.

Use of AI:
Figure 01's generative AI capabilities enable it to make decisions and adapt to new tasks and environments.

AI foundation model:
The exact AI models used are not specified, but given OpenAI's interest in the project, it is possible that Figure 01 incorporates some of their advanced AI models.

How to access:
As a primarily hardware product, Figure 01's software and AI capabilities are deeply integrated into its operating system. Users likely interact with it through its autonomous functions and possibly a control interface for specific tasks or settings adjustments.

  • Supported ecosystems
  • What does it do?
    Humanoid Robotics, Manufacturing, Logistics, Warehousing, Retail
  • Who is it good for?


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