Robotics and artificial intelligence have become so advanced that human intervention into their daily activity is rarely required. Nonetheless, there are still some tasks that need a human operator and, in this case, the system transfers control to a human. The person’s movements are then scanned by a multitude of sensors and a robot presenter copies them exactly, whilst simultaneously transmitting the speech of the person as well. The human operator sees and hears everything that is available to the robot at that moment.
Similar technology is now also used for research in situations deemed too hazardous for humans and in medicine to help prevent severely ill patients losing touch with society during their treatment.