The other day, the American company Hanson Robotics showed a robot named Sofia with a female face. The skin on the face and neck is made of Frubber elastic material that mimics the skin. Already under it are miniature engines responsible for the facial expressions of the robot. Thanks to the built-in cameras and Character Engine AI software built into the eyes, the robot remembers the interlocutor, recognizes speech and knows how to conduct informal conversations. During a conversation, Sofia is able to reflect emotions on her face. According to the developers, at this stage, 62 mimic movements are subject to it. If the interlocutor is silent at some point, but his face is sad / funny, the robot will notice this and react accordingly. So far, Sofia’s answers sound memorized, as from an encyclopedia. However, to the question “Will you kill people?”, She gave a positive answer, which surprised the journalist very much. It may have been a joke from the creator of the robot, David Hanson, but who knows the truth? In any case, the company’s engineers intend to continue working on creating an ideal robot in every sense, capable of becoming a full member of the industrial society and occupying its niche in the field of medicine, entertainment and other industries that require communication with people.