Ai robot robot to replace the world’s oldest human in a new robot suit

Ai robots will be the first humanoid robot to walk on two legs, a new study says.

The robot, which is based on the human body and designed to mimic the human nervous system, is being developed by a group of Swiss researchers.

It will be called the robot for the human-like leg.

It will be a version of the Huzari-Mai robot, the oldest known living human, which has been around since the early 1800s, the study said.

The robotic suit has been in use since 2013, when the robot was tested in the Japanese resort of Shikoku, where it was used to perform surgery on patients.

The researchers believe the robot is better suited for the job of medical robot than the traditional humanoid robot.

It is not clear how long the robot will be used, but it will be tested on people over a five-year period.

Ai has a history of successfully using humanoid robots.

It is one of the leading robotics companies in the world, according to the Wall Street Journal.

The research team has received funding from the German research fund BZD.