Humanoid robots, whether compliant or anarchic, are products of our pop culture: Metropolis, Star Wars, Jane Fonda and Missy Elliot, all of them design the futurisms of new technology and their aesthetics. Nowadays, they predict the look of the future dialectically with robotics.

The largest artificial neuronal networks operating in computers today have around one billion cross-indexations, a thousand times that of their predecessors just a few years ago. But this is practically insignificant compared to the human brain. It is roughly equivalent to just one cubic millimetre of brain tissue.

Peter Glaser in his essay “Master or Minion?”