Real Or Fake? This Life-Like “Robot” Debuts At The 2017 Tokyo Games Show

An incredibly ‘life-like’ android appears to show how the line between woman and machine is starting to disappear.  Footage captured at this year’s Tokyo Game Show has already amassed three million views on one video-sharing platform alone, but not everyone believes their eyes.  A fierce debate has broken out among people who have seen the reputed robot with many believing it must be a person, while others think she is the genuine article. 

3 replies on “Real Or Fake? This Life-Like “Robot” Debuts At The 2017 Tokyo Games Show”

Yeah, she’s real. They (it might have been CES) did the same thing a few years back, only that time I want to say her lower half was concealed in a pedestal so it looked like she was just a torso.

The only way to tell is the Crocodile Dundee Test. Far more reliable than the turing test. Voight-Kampff be damned; if I was Rick Deckard, I’d just stick a finger in it. If it feels the same and can call my name, it’s close enough.

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