So, If we have tech that can produce artifical muscles, why don't we produce a humanoid robot by just copying the human skeleton as closely as possible?
Once we have the skeleton we give it muscles where humans have muscles and sensors where humans have sensors (cameras for eyes, microphones on either side of the head, pressure and heat sensors in the skin etc.) we can do artificial joints etc. inside people, so we could surely make robotic equivalents.
Then you mass produce these and sell one to every university in the world with a robotics dept. and any companies who are interested. Then you hold regular competitions for the best software for this robot design for a variety of tasks, walking/jumping/opening doors/mapping it's environment/pathfinding/determining the direction of sounds etc.
Then after doing that for a while, you'd have a humanoid robot capable of doing pretty much anything a human can do which you then sell by the millions.
EDIT: If anyone steals this idea and actually does this, its only fair contact me and let me come work for you, I don't know anything about robotics, but I'd be very enthusiastic.