Simulation: n. copying a behavior(s) of a lifeform and/or a machine function(s) and/or a subset(s) but it is usually an approximate correspondence with the copied behavior(s) and/or machine function(s) and/or subset(s)
Robots try to simulate or copy human behavior and succeed admirably in some cases and fail rather miserably in others. Actors simulate reality or pretend expressing emotions and activities and do so very well. Pretending to be someone else or mimicking another’s behavior is what simulation is all about.
Humans can also simulate or copy the motion of machines and robots and do so rather convincingly and are frequently amusing while doing so.
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Some attempts at making robots may seem creepy but this is just a view of imperfect robots on the road to ultimate perfection or imitation of human behavior faithfully and perhaps eventually surpassing humans in functionality.
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