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    tance, a walking and praying monk from the 16th century or a▓ cartoonlike humanoid avatar that helps children with autis▓m today. They and 100 other robots on display at the Science Museum chart an evolution of machines that▓ fascinate and terrify."One of the big issues with doing a ▓show like this is people's preconceptions that robots come in, they destroy the world and they▓ enslave us all," lead curator

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