Scientists have named a new reason for people's fear of robots

For a long time, it was believed that the "sinister valley effect", that is, the fear of a robot by man, was associated with

the difference between a car and real people in the smallest manifestations. Now scientists have named a new reason for people's fear of robots.

In order to reach new conclusions, the groupexperts from Emory University conducted a relevant study using the latest data, writes the Futurity edition. So, scientists associate the fear of people of artificial creatures with the fact that the latter lacks "real intelligence", which in turn is quite "disappointing":