Japan's Top Model is now a robot

I'm telling you, it's not going to be long before the robots take over. Now they're going to be stealing jobs from our fashion models. On Monday, Japan introduced the HRP-4C robot, developed for about $2 million by Japan's National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology. The model debuted as part of Japan's Fashion Week. The robot's shape is designed to match that of the "average Japanese woman," and weighs 43 kilograms (battery included) and measures 158 cm in height.

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