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'World's most advanced' humanoid robot Ameca greets visitors at Dubai's Museum of th

• Daily Mail

The 'world's most advanced' humanoid robot has been put to work at a museum

Ameca can greet visitors, give directions and speak multiple languages

It has been employed at an exhibit at the Museum of the Future in Dubai, UAE 

In a video, it assures a museum employee that it is not there to 'replace' staff 

The 'world's most advanced' humanoid robot, has been put to work greeting visitors at a museum in Dubai, UAE, after assuring staff she's not there to 'replace' them.

Ameca, a bot created by Cornwall-based firm Engineered Arts, is able to answer questions and offer directions at the Museum of the Future.

It uses artificial intelligence (AI) to generate speech and can make different facial expressions, like frowning, grinning, winking and pursing its lips.