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Pictures: Latest hi-tech robots from Europe

Meet a few of the most cutting edge robots from across Europe. They're on show for a festival called Robotville at London's Science Museum.
This is KASPAR, he's been designed to help children with autism. He uses play to help kids learn about emotions and how to interact with others. KASPAR can play games like peekaboo and will even laugh when you tickle his feet!
Robotville Festival at the Science Museum in London - KASPAR
Meet iCub, one of more than 20 cutting edge robots from across Europe on show at London's Science Museum for its Robotville Festival. This baby-faced creation can interact with humans and follow a ball with his hand.
Robotville Festival at the Science Museum in London - iCub
This robot is designed to look and move like a fish. It's called FILOSE and is controlled by sensors.
Robotville Festival at the Science Museum in London - FILOSE
Dexmart from Italy has been created to give your family an extra hand in the kitchen - whether that's lifting a juice carton or holding a cookery book! Its many sensors allows it to grasp objects like humans do.
Robotville Festival at the Science Museum in London - Dexmart
The way Eccerobot's body has been built is based on human bones, joints and muscles - that means Eccerobot can move like us, and do things like pick up a ball or give a friendly handshake.
Robotville Festival at the Science Museum in London - Eccerobot
Spend some time with CHARLY and he might start to look eerily familiar - that’s because his face is designed to morph into the faces of those around him!
Robotville Festival at the Science Museum in London - CHARLY
Can't find your favourite toy? Lost your school bag? Dora the Explorer can help - she's curious about what's around her and can help you search for stuff.
Robotville Festival at the Science Museum in London - Dora the Explorer