According to CNET, Cassie, a bipedal robot developed by researchers at Oregon State University, set a Guinness World Record for the fastest 100-meter “run” by a bipedal robot, completing a standard distance on a track in 24.73 seconds. This is equivalent to 4 meters per second, or almost 9 miles per hour.
For comparison, Usain Bolt holds the world record for the human 100 meters: an impressive 9.58 seconds. Florence Griffith Joyner holds the women’s 100m world record less than a second behind, at 10.49 seconds.
Thus, at our fastest, humans can run at 23 miles per hour (37 kilometers per hour) for 10 seconds. The average jogging speed is 20 to 25 percent of that top speed, or 4 to 6 miles per hour (6 to 10 kilometers per hour), so if you can go a little faster than a jog, you should be able to exceed Cassie’s current speed.