These Attractive Female Robots Will Seduce You!
It turns out that some of the smartest and most attractive women in the world happen to be these humanoid robots. They look so real and lifelike that their charm is unbeatable.
The idea of a #human-like #robot has been in popular culture for a long time. Even before, computers, as we know them, were even a possibility because of the huge leaps in computing speed and artificial intelligence over the last few decades. #Humanoid robots are now close to the functionality that science fiction fans have read and watched for decades.
I wonder if some men wanted to date these #beautiful #female #robots.
Have you ever wished to meet one of them?
In today’s video, we will talk about the most attractive female robots! Stay tuned and to know these exceptional ladies!!
They come in many different sizes and shapes. But, perhaps, the most interesting, cute, and acceptable ones are the ones that look like us humans.
In addition to research and space exploration, humanoid robots are used for personal assistance, caregiving, education, entertainment, search, and other things.
Here are THE MOST #ATTRACTIVE #FEMALE #ROBOTS. They have a unique appeal because they are so honest and genuine.
It is common for these robots to be some of the most intelligent and most beautiful women.
Erica is one of the most beautiful and intelligent #androids globally, and she’s changing the way robots are thought of in Japan. People from Osaka University, the University of Kyoto, and a group called the Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute International worked together to make this #advanced #humanoid (ATR). Hiroshi Ishiguro, a professor at #Osaka #University’s #Intelligent #Robotics #Laboratory, is in charge of the team that made Erica. Professor Ishiguro used images of 30 beautiful women to make Erica’s face. She responds to questions with facial expressions similar to those of humans. Erica also has better speech and a better ability to understand and answer questions.
Erica is one of Japan’s finest robots that looks like a real person. This beautiful humanoid looks more real, and her designer, Dr. Hiroshi Ishiguro, says she has a soul. On the other hand, Erica is a robot friend who can talk.
A five-year-old study tries to make a talking friend for Japan’s older people. They may want someone to talk with, and erica is the person who does that.
Erica is changing the way people think about robots in Japan because she is one of the most beautiful and clever androids. Suppose you want to make an advanced humanoid atr together. In that case, you need to work with the advanced telecommunications research institute international, Osaka University, and the University of Kyoto.
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