Humanoid robots were on display at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.
According to AFP, Morgan Rowe, the director of the British Engineering Arts, said that the robots named Amika have been made to resemble humans as much as possible.
“We see in the movies how robots blend into humans, I am sure that time will come,” he said,
adding that it could take 10 or 20 years for robots to move between us without fear.
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Human-like robots are showcased at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. "We've designed Ameca to be as human-like as possible in movement," says Morgan Roe, from Britain-based Engineered Arts pic.twitter.com/linDdvEKV0
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He also said that the robot named “Amika” has no caste, no religion or political ideology, and no gender. According to Morgan, robots have deliberately added flaws to their structure and perceptions to make them look somewhat different from real humans. Because people feel a strange fear when they see an artificial being of their kind, but when they see something different from themselves, the hesitation goes away.