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Humanoid-Like Robots and Peoples' Workplace Preference
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The answer to this nag of a question is pretty much one-sided and for all the right reasons. The number one requirement that will support the integration of robots into human society is the state of comfort they instill in the mind of humans. Or we can look at it as peace of mind. It is the safety instinct that comes to life when interacting with strangers or foreign entities within our circle of trust. We will leave the strangers from this context and stick with the foreign entities like the humanoid-like robots. A lot of robotic companies are popularizing the birth of these humanoids not with the intention of a robotic takeover but the intent of giving the humans more allowance to be humans. Thus they should not tire off trying to siphon brutal strength and intellect capabilities executed effortlessly by the robots.

Such robotic wonders are coming into existence powered through the rdrive servo motors’ applications. Thus deriving the work-companion preference when the humanoid robots are in the fold requires the input of researchers in the fields of human socialization and psychology.

A 2018 report on Location Trends provides a revelation on the sociability of robots that is turning them into a mirror-reflection of humans. The continuity of this trend now has Artificial Intelligence as an upgrade of these robots. Thus they are starting to make their mark through merging with the economic and social spheres of human society. If you think that such ideologies are still maturing in the laboratories, look at the following proof of concept:

Humanoid Robots and Human Resemblance
Lee Sung-Hyung, a Korean artist, already has the stamp of the press. It is due to the ripples that emerged from one of his projects. He overwhelmed the streets of Korea with an adorable humanoid robotic granny that roamed around and picked street trash. The on-site humans thronged towards it without the realization that it was a humanoid robot. The humans in in turn selflessly offered it countless hugs and affections. Since this robotic grandmother was AI-incapable, it could not react to the humans' actions. It, however, proves the priceless value of smart design. The intelligent design of this humanoid made humans relay the acts of love, affection, and concern towards it. Thus the applicability of such fashionable designs in a work environment will make the humans think less of the robots as hostile take over candidates.

Humanoid Robots and Social and Humane Behaviors
The hardwired nature of humans leans towards everyday objects’ mind attributes. The case of funerals and bidding farewell to other humans on long and unpredictable journeys is proof of this concept. The emotional connection of humans requires a trust bond to exist, which then turns into affection. It translates to a humanoid with a face-value they can trust. Thus for humans to work with humanoid robotic instructors, they will only heed to the advice and orders given if the humanoids’ social patterns and behaviors are a reflection of our human nature.

Humanoid Robots and the Human Mindset
Several studies are already noting the indication of some human qualities mirrored by robots that are a preference for the working humans. The reviews, however, seclude the notion that these humanoid robots need to have a human-like mindset. They need to present a minimal human attribute when interacting with people. It includes thinking and processing necessary information the same way an average human would do and in a friendlier manner.

An instance is calculating a bill and passing out the receipt or invoice to the human customer. The robot has to portray the mindset of a cashier and not of the terminator robot. Thus if the growth curve of a robot continuously displays human attributes and behaviors, humans are likely to open their arms to them.

Humanoid Robots and Assigned Gender Roles
A robot dressed up with human behaviors and qualities becomes the bride of the civilized world. Thus after the vows of trust are exchanged, it becomes a union defined for better or worse. Such circumstances happen without us realizing that we executed their initiation. For instance, if a humanoid robotic happens to have a presentation of a human female who is a waiter at a restaurant. The female-like presented humanoid robot is likely to get a different treatment than it would when it was a male-like humanoid robot. Thus, another factor to add to the humans versus humanoids preference in a work environment is the gender adaptability to the work environment. For instance, the secretariat jobs are better suited for human females. However, such a task can be for a humanoid. Thus it needs to not only play the part but also to look the part. Its gender presentation thus gives it the same credibility it would to a human of the female gender.

Humanoid Robots and Authority
Another notable factor is the adaptability role the robots have to play. A humanoid robot as an authority figure is more likely to get things done in an orderly fashion than it would be with the case of a human in authority. It is because the jurisdiction of a humanoid robot cannot be a victim of bias or favoritism. Thus the humans on the wrong side of the law will directly know that getting in line is a non-negotiable circumstance. Hence the majority of humans would be in favor of this approach, knowing that it promotes zero discrimination and equality.

Humanoid Robots and Human Expressions
The human expression of love, at first sight, was not just a composition of mere flirty sentiments. It was an expression of a priceless smile, a glowing glance and a grin of excitement. This face value is what gets most human on friendlier behavior. Thus studies also suggest that the emotional or facial expressions the humanoid robots are to posses do not need to be too complicated. The right look, a welcoming smile, a friendly glance, and an acceptable grin will get any human running to greet a humanoid robot. The humanoid robots are sophisticated in their design and intended functionality, but adding a layer of simplicity on top to masquerade such technicalities achieves great social depths.

Skeptical is the description best suited for humans yet to make their mind on whether robots in a work environment can be empathetic. Healthcare also argues that the human touch is not yet close to extinction. However, the humanoid robots are not here to take over anything but to improve on our imperfections. They are here to fix the potholes our nature won't allow us to mend. They are the perfect candidates for a biased social setting and discriminatory authority. They are here to smile when humans don’t feel like smiling. They are unbiased humans.

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