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Children may be damaged by machines they can't tell apart from real people

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    He says children, in particular, will be find humanoid robots a problem Scientists believe eerily lifelike robots will walk among us in just 20 years. But one robotics expert is hoping to halt their progress by calling for a ban on all humanoid machines Stuart Russell, vice chair of the World Economic Forum Council says the more a robot resembles a human, the more disturbing it will be to the general population.

    Daily Mail - Sciencetech (UK)

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