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Ishiguro created Geminoid in order to study humans, which he believes are not that different from robots.
"We are more autonomous and more intelligent — that's it," he said.
"Gemini" is Latin name for "twins" and the root of "Geminoid," a robot created by Hiroshi Ishiguro in his own likeness.
Geminoid has a plastic skull, metal skeleton and silicon skin and is controlled by an external computer.
His own tests found that 80 percent of people greeted his most human-like androids with a "hello," initially mistaking them for real people.
"Our goal is that she will be as conscious, creative and capable as any human," said Hanson."It is very easy to get to the point where it looks sort of like a person but is creepy and is not quite right, and you might be better off just giving it some more abstract appearance," he said.Gerkey expects that fear will melt away, as people start interacting with robots.For those situations, a mechanical-looking robot is better, he said."They do not like to talk to the human, or very humanlike, robot," said Ishiguro.