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It has a face of a boy can smile looked sad even angry they're just as part of -- series to understand enough about how humans movement and track.
So that we can imagine building human robots.
Robots learning not just how to express human emotions the developed relationships.
What -- -- the plot of a scifi movie.
Is right now in the works at UCSD with yet understand the way we picked up until May but that's not by telling him move this -- -- -- this -- what we do is we record a lot of infants.
And then we take that -- And we feed it to the technology works similar to the one already use and social media web sites to recognize your friends' faces for example of giggles and the Texas smiley face.
He can smile back you can imagine.
And where there is another.
Pretty Smart device that learns that interact with news can do things in real time.
You see as the researchers working with other labs across the country and even scientists in Japan are hoping Gary humanoid robots can be used in therapy sessions with special needs children helping develop their social interactions that -- even bigger plants for Diego's Stan imagine a robot learned from watching him up there.
The -- it becomes the next part of the road and -- the -- -- similar technology is already being tested elsewhere -- robots to do advanced manufacturing work that material that covers the face is actually very viable today Diego's Stan isn't moving as researchers.
Are still working to develop the technology to bring advanced movement.
-- the rest of -- spot.
Researcher Deborah Forestar believes it shouldn't be too long -- before Diego's -- can be seen walking down a sidewalk side by side with people.
I imagine and -- Robot companion Christian -- Rosen Fox 5 News.