The modern humanoid robots are now made to wear artificial skin. The skin used on these robots has no difference to that of humans in terms of look and physical appearance. A popular robot manufacturing firm has just released a video of sets of humanoid robots made with artificial human skin, the robots were properly equipped to have similar appearance with humans making it ideal for entertainment and teaching purposes, however, the robots' model can become the most friendly and companion to humans due to their unique human design and features.
Based on the tests conducted on the , they were all equipped with systems which aid them to perform various activities that humans would perform even beyond. The release showed the blinking eyes, talking, smiling and frowning the face, etc. just as humans would do.
The robots' skin has made it possible to confuse humans with robots in some crucial places where special missions are required. If the approach of this model of the humanoid robot is adopted, then humans may have issues to contemplate about in regard to the designs of future robots and how to possibly different from humans.
According to Evan Kirstel "The artificial skin and on these blur the difference between man and
It is time may be disguised as humans to some security issues or carry out attack on humans or be on the advantage side of making human life easier through their slavery by humans.
The effects can give to the modern have made it impossible for the to have restrictions on how their face could change to reflect emotions during their speed.
Originally posted 2018-05-29 10:16:20.
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