On Friday, September 6, 2019, the CSU party executive committee convened in Wessling. At this event, the Institute of Robotics and Mechatronics presented a live demonstration of the humanoid robot Agile Justin. Team leader Berthold Bäuml describes Agile Justin “as one of the most advanced two-arm and mobile humanoid robots worldwide. His artificial intelligence is based on autonomous learning through interaction with his environment – much like a child learns by playing. For example, to develop a strategy for performing tasks, deep reinforcement learning techniques based on neural networks are used to learn behavior based on the receipt or absence of a reward.” Intelligent humanoid robots play an important role in the research topics of space and planetary exploration as well as on earth, for example in assisting the elderly or people with physical impairments.