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wow, now they can just roll out, like 10 of them to replace all the latest pop singers:

gaga, bieber, hannah montana, katy pary, etc...
 

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They seriously think that pop stars can sing? Don't make me laugh... "Pop Star" and "Sing" shouldn't be used in the same sentence ,unless it's "Pop stars can't sing". xD
 

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wow, now they can just roll out, like 10 of them to replace all the latest pop singers:

gaga, bieber, hannah montana, katy pary, etc...

I'm thinking this.. I'm sure if they can make a robot sing, then they can make it deflect a water bottle as well.
 

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I'm so psych i'm going to japan as my college grad gift. One of the many kick ass things I will get to see hopefully.
 

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Microsoft Anna + AutoTune = instant pop singer.

So true.
Heck even Vocaloid sounds better sometimes.
 

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Uncanny Valley.

 

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They need to get eye and eyebrow movements, and the muscles around the eye, before it's truly realistic.
 

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Uncanny Valley.


I can't watch the video here at work, but when I saw the post title I wondered where on that graph this singing pleasure-bot... err "fembot" would stand.

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I was expecting a robot with green hair pigtails with a Leek
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I can't watch the video here at work, but when I saw the post title I wondered where on that graph this singing pleasure-bot... err "fembot" would stand.

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That differs greatly on the individual interacting with the machine, also on the scope of the interaction. Honestly, IMO she's pretty far from the upward slope.

I'm remarkably unaffected by any "uncanny" valley however. Too much time dispelling disbelief playing video games I reckon.
 

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That differs greatly on the individual interacting with the machine, also on the scope of the interaction. Honestly, IMO she's pretty far from the upward slope.

I'm remarkably unaffected by any "uncanny" valley however. Too much time dispelling disbelief playing video games I reckon.
I've seen these things upclose at the Wired NeXt fair a few years ago.... some units were ok but still not there. The body movements were good but the facial expressions were uncanny. Humans make a lot of micro-expressions that most of us don't realize.
 
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