Dubai has recruited the world’s first robot police officer Called Robocop
Once again Dubai has Proved with its latest invention that nothing is impossible in this world of science. Yes, it’s true that Dubai will now have a robot patrolling the city streets as a police officer. Furthermore, Officials hope that ‘robocops’ will become an integral part of the Dubai police force by 2030.
Robocop, the artificial intelligence-powered robot. It is about 5 feet and 5 inches tall and weighs about 100 kilograms. It is having a battery life of about 8 hours.
The robot is equipped with an “emotion detector” that helps it determine whether you are happy or sad and alter its own expression accordingly. It can also shake hands and offer a military salute.
It can use its facial recognition software to help police officers identify and catch offenders. Also, broadcast live video feeds, reports the Khaleej Times.
The robot has a built-in tablet so people can use to report crimes or pay off fines or even send and receive messages from police headquarters.
The robocop can “chat” in Arabic or English. The National reports that languages such as Russian, Chinese, French and Spanish will soon be added to its vocabulary.
Developed by Spain-based PAL Robotics, the robot reportedly has a number of skills added on by Google and IBM’s supercomputer Watson.