MIT CSAIL developed a humanoid called Obrero. It fingers have sensitive tactile sensors along with position and force control which enable it to sensitively handle an object.
MIT CSAIL developed Shady the climbing robot to avoid the sunlight in their office. Though not fully autonomous, it has grippers to cling with windows and unfurl its sunshade.
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