In short, though you can intimidate him, you cannot bluff him.
Was it not, then, the shout the warriors make when they wish to intimidate their enemies?
Despite this obvious requirement of a military uniform, so many country’s armies look like complete plums.
Now I know our Beefeaters aren’t exactly terrifying but they’re not a patch on the following fellas.
Facial and voice recognition are key features, with Sanbot responding to commands and interactions with flirty phrases dripping with sass. It'll also sound an alarm and notify you if shit hits the fan. Here’s a short list of some of the silliest war garbs going.The Evzones or Presidential Guards of Greece look like the kind of army that Harry Hill would put together.The friendly looking robot is being shown off by a company called Qihan at IFA, and you may end up spotting one in the wild (at your local supermarket/airport/school) at some point in the near future. A team of Sanbots has been grafting away at Shenzhen airport for several months already, providing passengers with flight information and whatnot.The machine is designed to be used for a multitude of roles, including housekeeping, waiting, teaching and even security. On its head alone are a 3D camera, an HD camera and an HD projector, while a touchscreen, infrared sensors and subwoofers are dotted over its little body. That UK airport booze ban had better not happen before these guys are deployed here.