A humanoid robot is a robot based on the general structure of a human being.
This type of robot can run on two legs or have a torso and a human-like face. They are designed to interact with people and can often talk or react to voice commands. This type of robot can also be referred to as an android. This page collates DW content on humanoid robots.
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