A technical take on Michelangelo's work?

Robotics student Gildo Andreoni interacts on Nov. 29 with a Dexmart robotic hand built at the University of Bologna as part of the Robotville exhibition at London's Science Museum. From Dec. 1-4, the museum will showcase 20 cutting-edge robots from European research laboratories as part of the new Robotville exhibit. (Photo: Oli Scarff/Getty Images)

 

Robotics student Gildo Andreoni interacts with a Dexmart robotic hand built at the University of Bologna as part of the Robotville exhibition at London's Science Museum on Nov. 29 in England.

 

Uncanny valley
Robotics Ph.D student Luke Wood works on KASPAR, a robot built at the University of Hertfordshire to help autistic children, in the Robotville exhibition on Nov. 29. While most robotics research is largely funded and led by defense companies, the robots featured in Robotville are mostly university projects. (Photo: Oli Scarff/Getty Images)

 

Robotics Ph.D student Luke Wood works on KASPAR, a robot built at the University of Hertfordshire to help autistic children, in the Robotville exhibition at the Science Museum in London, England on Nov. 29.

 

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