There are fewer professions in which robots cannot replace people. Now the position of art critic in one of the Paris museums has been transferred to a local robot named Berenson. It is named after the American expert in the field of painting of the Italian Renaissance – Bernard Berenson. Like a true gentleman and a welcome critic silent, dressed in a long coat, a white scarf and a bowler hat, the robot drifts between the exhibits of the Museum on Branly Embankment, dedicated to the primitive culture, art and traditions of the peoples of Africa, Asia, Oceania and America. Harsh remarks, criticisms and other words do not fly off his lips. His task is to form his opinion and evaluate works of art. For this, Berenson studies the reaction of visitors to the exhibits displayed in the museum and on this forms his own preferences. With a positive attitude and admiration for exposure, a broad smile is displayed on the face of the robot. The negative reaction is also reflected in the facial expressions of Berenson. You can see the art critic Robes Berenson in the museum on Branly embankment until November of this year, however, at certain times.