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World’s most advanced robot revealed … Incredibly realistic facial expressions and movements … Video


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A British laboratory has unveiled a new robot described as “the most advanced human machine in the world.”

The robot, named “Amika”, was created in a British laboratory and has terrifyingly realistic facial expressions and movements.

Cornwall-based company Engineered Arts posted a video of the robot “Amika” on their YouTube channel, which is very similar to the robot from the 2004 American movie “I, Robot” starring Will Smith.

In the video, the robot “Amika” is shown moving her shoulder, before opening her eyes and expressing a somewhat convincing look of shock or surprise, even blinking her eyes several times and curiously noticing her robotic arm.

Many followers of the video were surprised by how realistic the “Amika” robot is.

One user wrote: ‘I know we are supposed to be afraid of AI, but this is the first robot that didn’t scare me, it’s great.

Engineered Arts is positioned as the UK’s ‘leading designer and manufacturer of human entertainment robots’ and was founded in 2005.

The company did not disclose the cost of making the robot because it is still under development, but said it hoped its “Amika” robot would give people a glimpse into the future because it “represents the cutting edge of robotics technology.”

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