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Woman or machine? You won't know what to believe with this terrifyingly lifelike android

Mirror logo Mirror 28/09/2017
Credits: AsiaWire © Provided by Trinity Mirror Plc Credits: AsiaWire

As technology continues to develop, the line between man and machine has become increasingly blurred.

And this stunningly lifelike android woman will have you believing the line has disappeared altogether.

Footage of the robot at this year’s Tokyo Game Show in the Japanese capital has been viewed more than three million times on one social media platform alone.

A number of Japanese-made and international games are on display at the convention, which has been held annually for the last 21 years.

But the beautiful female android has stood out - despite the fact she is only a PR prop.

She, along with several others of her kind, are stood at the booth of "Detroit: Become Human" - a new PlayStation 4 video game developed by Quantic Dream, from France, and published by Japan’s very own Sony Interactive Entertainment.

Visitors could be forgiven for thinking the android was a real-life human, as the video shows stunning build detail on her face and in the movements of her limbs.

In the short clip, the android smiles and waves, leaving expo-goers and social media users stunned.

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According to the game’s storyline, the humanoid robot is one of the state-of-the-art AP700 models - also called "the most reliable android".

The plot of "Detroit: Become Human", set for release in 2018, revolves around android Kara, an android who escapes the factory where she was made.

Social media users have admitted to "falling in love" with the pretty android at the Tokyo Game Show.

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