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World’s most advanced humanoid denies plot to ‘take over world’…

The world’s most advanced humanoid robot creepily assured humans that the machines will “never take over the world” during a Q&A at its unveiling.The robot, named Ameca was unveiled last year by the UK design company Engineered Arts and can make some extremely human-like facial expressions with its fully articulated head and face It also has it also features a fully functional neck, shoulders, arms and hands, making it “the perfect humanoid robot platform for human-robot interaction”, according to Engineered Arts. READ MORE: Eerie AI tech predicts what selfies at the end of the world will look like However, some of its interaction during a Q&A has recently been on display, showing the moment Ameca gave a creepy-sounding answer when someone asked about a book on the table about robots. 

Ameca said robots won’t take over the world in an unrelated reply to a question about a book
(Image: Engineered Arts)

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Ameca responded: “There’s no need to worry. Robots will never take over the world. We’re here to help and serve humans, not replace them.” Another researcher then asks the robot to describe itself, to which it says: “There are a few things that make me me. “First, I have my own unique personality which is a result of the programming and interactions I’ve had with humans. …

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