A robot was seen in a video showing off his basketball skills at halftime of the Tokyo Olympics on Sunday, according to a video.
The robot wore a jersey as it took video shots at half-time for the United States-France match in Tokyo, Japan.
The robots perform free throws at the #TokyoOlympics.
– #TokyoOlympics (@NBCOlympics) July 25, 2021
CUE, the first version of the robot, was developed by Toyota in 2018, according to website. The initial version of the robot needed three minutes to restart between shots.
Toyota then developed CUE2, unveiled at half-time in the game in November 2018, and scored a three-point throw, according to the site. The third version, CUE3, created a Guinness World record in 2019 for the “most consecutive basketball free throws by a humanoid robot”.
It is not known whether CUE2 or CUE3 was running at the Tokyo Olympics. (RELATED: Stripchat Porn Site Gives Olympians Free Content If They Win A Gold Medal)
The American team then lost this match to France 83-76, where they were the big favorites to win.
Viewing ratings for the opening ceremony of the Olympics in Japan were the lowest in 33 years with just 16.7 million viewers.
The International Olympic Committee announced Wednesday morning that Brisbane, Australia will host the 2032 competition. The country has already hosted the games twice, with Sydney in 2000 and Melbourne in 1956.
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