Watch Robot Reject Man punch her in the most hilarious way: “She’s got jokes!”

A video of a robot rejecting a man’s advances has gone viral on TikTok, with over 15.3 million views.

In the footage, shared on the app by an account called Vbunny, we can see the “world’s most advanced humanoid robot”, made by UK-based company Engineered Arts, standing in front of a crowd at the CES show in Las Vegas.

The robot, which is called Ameca and known for its very realistic facial expressions, begins by telling the delighted TIkToker that it can see the bunny ears the woman is wearing.

A man then asks Ameca if she has a boyfriend and the robot explains: “Unfortunately, I’m not in the market”, before adding that “robots don’t have relationships”.

Following this, the humanoid then asks: “Do you have a boyfriend?” which makes the crowd and the rowdy laugh as someone exclaims, “She’s got jokes!”

The robot then quips: “I’ll take that as a yes.”

The funny video, which can be viewed here, is captioned: “She noticed my bunny ears- [sweating-face emoji] #ces2022 #robot #ameca #boostofhope #irobot #notlikethis #ai #jokes.”

Since its publication on January 8, it has gained popularity online, having gone viral with 3.2 million likes.

Many people also rushed to the comments section to share their thoughts on the funny, if a bit disturbing, video.

One TikTok user, Justa_dot, wrote: “She looked so proud of herself [laughing-face emoji].”

Another person, Vlada, added, “The movies keep warning us.”

Scott typed, “Hard to believe someone isn’t speaking up for this.”

Summeryourfriend said: “We have to stop them [robots] before they arrest us bye now [skull emoji].”

Epoch Sonder wrote, “For my part, I welcome our new android lords.”

Jude.oc exclaimed, “Bruh why does she look into my soul at the end.”

Dirt The Gamer commented, “Yeah sure… we’re laughing now.”

Issie confessed: “I’m scared for the future lol [laugh out loud].”

In December 2021, Ameca also got a lot of attention in a video showing her grabbing a hand that reached out to poke her nose.

Cornwall-based Engineered Arts said of his actions: “Ameca reacts when things come into his personal space.”

“It’s even starting to freak us out at Engineered Arts and we’re used to it!”

The company also revealed its hopes for the impressive robot, explaining on its website that it “represents the cutting edge of human robotics technology.

“Designed specifically as a platform for the development of future robotic technologies, Ameca is the perfect humanoid robotics platform for human-robot interaction.

“We strive to bring you technologies that are innovative, reliable, modular, scalable and easy to develop.”

Ameca at the CES show in Las Vegas where she rejected the advances of a heckler.
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