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Biological functions that robots will emulate in the future

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This is my first thread of 2019 so I`d like your opinions about what living organisms functions robots will emulate in the future. With advances in Robotics, robots will be more and more like organisms in functions and anatomy.


I think robots in the future could emulate many biological functions: Breathing(not the actual gas exchange but the simulation amaking them more like human), digestion(including excretion), homeostasis , regeneration , self repairness and feeling sensations and emotions.

The only biological capabilities that robots will never emulate is reproduction since they will never have DNA and gamete cells.

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For medical purposes, we will definitely create biorobots. It's damn near required.


I can also see sexbots having pseudo-biological anatomy— in fact, I just ran into some technosexual who also has a scat fetish... But more to the point, sex is sloppy and messy, so surely there will be sexbots that sweat and spew fluids.

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Why couldn't robots have biological reproduction systems? It's just like any other type of tissue.

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