A Robot presented at a Western state-sponsored event has been discovered to be a man dressed in a clothing.
Robot Boris provided on Western TV and was obviously able to shift, talk about and dancing.
But soon after its overall look journalists began to question the bot’s reliability.
In a picture launched afterwards on community social media, the neck of an personal was clearly recognizable.
The application is actually a 250,000 rouble (£2,975) clothing known as Alyosha the Software, designed by an company known as Display Robots.
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While the planners of the Proyektoria technology group – which was focused at teenagers – had not mentioned the application was real, the TV security on Russia-24 suggested it was.
Russian website TJournal introduced up problems about the application asking a set of questions:
why did the application operate no sensors?
how did Western scientists get the application designed so quickly, with no records launched about it beforehand?
why there has been no online security of such an advanced robot?
why did application create so many unnecessary movements during its dance?
why did it look like a man would fit absolutely within it?
why provide you with a pre-recording of its conversation rather than do it live?
On the website of the company behind the Alyosha application clothing the product is described as being capable of making “an almost complete impact that you have a authentic robot”.