These Social Robots Were Created to Feel Like More Than Just Gadgets

These Social Robots Were Created to Feel Like More Than Just Gadgets

Can robots recreate human relationships? These social robots attempt to make that a reality

Eva Recinos
  • 19 april 2016

As robots continue to imitate human-like characteristics, we might be getting closer to some version of robot-human relationships. At least, that’s what the future looks like thanks to social robots like PepperGowild, a technology company in China, has developed two different robots to create unique social interactions. Gong Zi and Xiao Bai, male and female respectively, are social robots that imitate the behavioral patterns of humans.

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