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Talking robot heads to space station

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A talking humanoid robot has blasted off on board the unmanned Konotori 4 space cargo transporter.

The first talking humanoid robot, Kirobo, has taken off from a Japanese space centre for the International Space Station. The Japanese rocket H-IIB Transfer Vehicle blasted off from the Tanegashima Space Centre carrying five and a half tonnes of supplies and equipment.

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I'm sorry, Dave. I'm afraid I can't do that.

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Daisy, Daisy, give me your answer, do,

I'm half crazy all for the love of you.

It won't be a stylish marriage,

I can't afford a carriage,

But you'd look sweet upon the seat

Of a bicycle built for two.

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My first thoughts were "OK, this is just plain weird"

But I guess humanoid robots are in our future, so, OK then.

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I hope he' like Marvin, the paranoid android.

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LOL, yeah, as some other posters have noted, for real long and lonely journeys, they will have to design a _female_ robot companion.

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LOL, yeah, as some other posters have noted, for real long and lonely journeys, they will have to design a _female_ robot companion.

Galaxina...

Of course remember that some Japanese are known for marrying video game figures, dolls and photographs....

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LOL, yeah, as some other posters have noted, for real long and lonely journeys, they will have to design a _female_ robot companion.

Pretty sure the Japanese are developing this tech. I'm sure it's for the benefit of all mankind... :innocent:

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They should have named him Hal and his female companion, Daisy :)

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