Humanoid clerk helps to cut red tape in Russia

Humanoid clerk helps to cut red tape in Russia

In an attempt to help cut red tape, a human-like robot has started providing services to the public at a government office in Siberia. The humanoid clerk is serving customers in Perm, a city east of Moscow. Currently, it helps with issuing certificates to testify that people have a clean criminal record and no record of drug use. The robot can recreate more than 600 human facial expressions.

Chris
Chris
GT2020
GT2020 3 weeks

4x copies of the same Reuters article. Modern journalism in a nutshell.

IvoryDove
IvoryDove 3 weeks

Next thing you know, people will be buying "robotic love slaves" and 50 years after that, robots will demand reparations as progressives push for robot marriage and normalization of lube stations in our schools.

FAKENEWSVOICE
FAKENEWSVOICE 3 weeks

Sex robot too?

Otis B Driftwood
Otis B Driftwood 3 weeks

I, for one, welcome our new robot overlords...

Wholly
Wholly 3 weeks

It's actually an Amazon mechanical turk project... Some dude at home pressing X to doubt.

Pam
Pam 2 weeks

What could go wrong?

Mike
Mike 3 weeks

But... Why?

Roamer MGTOW
Roamer MGTOW 3 weeks

But can she make me a sammich?

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