We have seen the future of humanoid robots, and it begins with Frank. He a six-foot-tall robot is made up of artificial body parts, has 200 processors and is covered in over a million sensors.
Frank boasts a functioning circulatory system fitted with a beating heart.
The heart and other organs in the circulatory system were built by Alex Seifalian, a professor of Nanotechnology and Regenerative Medicine at University College London, using a specially-designed polymer that builds implantable organs of any shape.
The skin of the robot features over one million sensors that can detect touch and changes in temperature.