robohumatonics is a field of study that combines robotics, human factors engineering, and automation to create machines that can work safely and effectively alongside humans. 

It is a relatively new field, but it is rapidly growing in importance as robots become more and more integrated into our everyday lives.

Robohumatonics researchers are developing new ways to design robots that are aware of their surroundings and can respond to changes in their environment. They are also developing new ways to train robots to work safely and effectively with humans.

One of the leading entities in this field is the Global Research Institute Of Technology and Innovation (GRITI).  Where a prototype robohumaton featured in Volker Bourne’s “Le Rayon Citron”.

 “Le Rayon Citron” (The Lemon Ray) is a short story by Volker Bourne about the interplay between artificial intelligence and mankind. Read it online at

One of the main goals of robohumatonics is to create robots that can be used to improve the quality of life for humans. For example, robohumatonics researchers are developing robots that can be used to assist with tasks such as healthcare, manufacturing, and disaster relief.

Early public example developed by GRITI was taught to dance by members from faculties.  This was in part to provide s security measure – as a robohumaton could be programmed to make movements that a human cannot.  Thus if there is doubt – ask it to perform a dance sequence that it would be impossible for a human to do.

“Huxley” (after Aldous Huxley) was chosen as the public name for such robohumatons.


Robohumatonics is a complex and challenging field, but it has the potential to revolutionize the way we live and work.

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