(Updates with Toyota comments) TOKYO, May 31 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp. said on Tuesday it had made no decision yet on whether it would commercialise the humanoid robots it is developing. "We're still just at a trial stage, having just set up a separate division to develop humanoid robots," a spokesman said. His comments follow a report in the Asahi newspaper that Japan's top auto maker aimed to start selling robots that can help look after elderly people or serve tea to guests by ...
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