The robot, which looks like a fuzzy round ball of white fur, flashes different colors when it’s falling in love. Microphones and cameras enable the machine to “recognize its user and hopefully build a long-term relationship,”
We have an obsession, here, with the idea of the superhero. We teach our young boys to idolize them. We read comic after comic hailing them. We jokingly label helpful and insightful friends as ‘superheroes.’ We create a grandiose notion of this person, invincible to the harms we face in our daily lives, a savior who will make everything better if we just wait for him to come.
That’s precisely the idea behind HBO’s upcoming documentary, “Superheroes,” an in-depth look at what happens when everyday people chose to bear the cross of public safety and make it their own mission to protect innocent civilians.
Neighbors said Phuong, now 26, is unrecognizable from her former self; her voice and black hair are the sole indicators of her true age, Tuoi Tre News reports.