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“Robots Will Never Take Over the World,” Promises ‘World’s Most Advanced’ Humanoid Robot


Does anybody seriously believe the ‘world’s most advanced’ humanoid robot’s promise to humanity?

That robots “will never take over the world.”

We’ve seen this script unfold in films such as Terminator and I, Robot.

Perhaps those movies were simply predictive programming for humans to think artificial intelligence would never advance to that degree.

During a recent Q&A, the already creepy advanced humanoid “AI” robot promised that machines will “never take over the world,” and not to worry.

The robot, named “Ameca,” was unveiled last year by UK design company Engineered Arts.

There’s no need to worry. Robots will never take over the world. We’re here to help and serve humans, not replace them,” said Ameca.

Zero Hedge reported:

When another researcher asked Amica to describe itself, 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.

“Second, I have my own physical appearance which allows people to easily identify me. Finally, I have my own set of skills and abilities which sets me apart from other robots.”

It also confirmed it has feelings when it said it was “feeling a bit down at the moment, but I’m sure things will get better.

“I don’t really want to talk about it, but if you insist then I suppose that’s fine. It’s just been a tough week and I’m feeling a bit overwhelmed.”

Speaking about the robot’s responses during the clip, the company said: “Nothing in this video is pre-scripted – the model is given a basic prompt describing Ameca, giving the robot a description of self – it’s pure AI. -Daily Star

Watch the conversation with Ameca:

Zero Hedge posted the following clips of where this advanced “AI” technology could lead humanity:


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