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Congo's human-like robots

The Congolese branch of Women Technologies developed three new human-like robots which were recently installed in Kinshasa to help tackle the hectic traffic in the capital. The new robots are equipped with cameras that allow them to record traffic flow, and information will be transmitted in real time to a traffic control room.

Congo's human-like robots
A picture taken on March 3, 2015 in Kinshasa shows people attending the presentation ceremony of three new human-like robots that were recently installed in Kinshasa to help tackle the hectic traffic usually experienced in the capital. The new robots are equipped with cameras that allow them to record traffic flow, informations will be transmitted in real time to a traffic control room, Kinshasa March 3, 2015. (AFP/Getty Images)
Congo's human-like robots
A picture taken on March 3, 2015 in Kinshasa shows one of three new human-like robots that were recently installed to help tackle the hectic traffic, during the robots' presentation ceremony. The new robots are equipped with cameras that allow them to record traffic flow, informations will be transmitted in real time to a traffic control room, Kinshasa March 3, 2015. (AFP/Getty Images)
Congo's human-like robots
A picture taken on March 3, 2015 in Kinshasa shows one of three new human-like robots that were recently installed to help tackle the hectic traffic, during the robots' presentation ceremony. The new robots are equipped with cameras that allow them to record traffic flow, informations will be transmitted in real time to a traffic control room, Kinshasa March 3, 2015. (AFP/Getty Images)
Congo's human-like robots
Policemen look at a giant screen in Kinshasa's traffic control room on March 3, 2015 in Kinshasa. (AFP/Getty Images)
Congo's human-like robots
A man stand outside the Provincial Police HQ looking at the Guard of honor before the parade for the official presentation of three new human-like robots that were recently installed in Kinshasa to help tackle the hectic traffic usually experienced in the capital on March 3, 2015. The new robots are equipped with cameras that allow them to record traffic flow, informations will be transmitted in real time to a traffic control room in Kinshasa. (AFP/Getty Images)
Congo's human-like robots
Therese Inza (C), president of the Congolese branch of ' Women technologies', the society which developped three new human-like robots that were recently installed in Kinshasa to help tackle the hectic traffic in the capital takes part in the robots' presentation ceremony, on March 3, 2015 in Kinshasa. The new robots are equipped with cameras that allow them to record traffic flow, informations will be transmitted in real time to a traffic control room, Kinshasa March 3, 2015. A(AFP/Getty Images)
Congo's human-like robots
Therese Inza (C), president of the Congolese branch of ' Women technologies', the society which developped three new human-like robots that were recently installed in Kinshasa to help tackle the hectic traffic in the capital take part in the robots' presentation ceremony, on March 3, 2015 in Kinshasa. The new robots are equipped with cameras that allow them to record traffic flow, informations will be transmitted in real time to a traffic control room, Kinshasa March 3, 2015. (AFP/Getty Images)