Usually, you may have noticed that in temples men are the priests. But somewhere women also do priesthood, though have you ever seen a robot doing priesthood? So let us tell you that a 400-year-old Buddhist temple in Japan has appointed a robot as a priest.
The robot is named Android Canon, placed in Kyoto's Kodaiji Temple, and the robot joins hands to the temple to pray and learn sings about compassion and compassion for the devotees who visit the temple. Whereas, other priests of the temple also assist robots in this work. At the same time, Tensho Goto, a priest of the temple, says the robot will never die. It will develop itself even more over time. That's where the robot's specialty is. According to him, the robot will help us increase its knowledge according to changing Buddhism, so as to help people get away from their toughest troubles.
The robotic priest is about six feet tall, whose hands, face and shoulders are drawn from silicone, just like human skin. But on seeing it turns out that it's a robot.
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