Robots that look and speak like humans

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    Robots that look and speak like humans hosted their own news conference in Tokyo on Tuesday,
    conversing with each other and addressing the audience.

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    Two female humanoid robots helped introduce two new designs, the Sota and the CommU.

    "Let me first introduce myself. I am Kodomoroid, a human lookalike robot," one of the humanoids said.

    All of the robots were developed by Osaka University professor Hiroshi Ishiguro,
    who later took the stage, telling journalists they shouldn't expect too much from robot conversation.
     

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