Japan continues to make new advances in life-like robots. These robots look almost human, and they may even work as receptionists, newsreaders, and more. How were they made to look so human-like? Do you think androids will ever live among humans?

This video shows how they created a human-like android. It starts with taking a cast of a real person. A special type of silicon is used to replicate human skin. The robot is programmed to move facial skins to mimic human senses and emotions. In the video, you'll see a human next to her look-alike android and find them almost indistinguishable.

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Of course, one concern is always about how these robots will be used. Will they replace us, the humans, at our jobs?

It is, nevertheless, a very intriguing topic raised by Professor Hiroshi Ishiguro of Osaka University Department of System Innovation, that we'll understand more about what makes us "human" through the study of androids.

I think I'll have to wait and see if they'll ever produce an android good enough to replace the romantic lead in a heart-touching K-drama.