The world's first robot police officer has working. Its name is 'RoboCop' and it into service for the Dubai Police earlier this week. Robocop's first official duty to guests at the opening of a security conference in Dubai. Apart from greeting visitors, its job was to questions and directions. RoboCop has a built-in tablet for people to with. People can use the tablet to pay traffic fines and use other smart police services. The tablet is to a police station, so people can talk to human police officers. In addition, RoboCop can six languages, including English and Arabic. The 170-centimetre-tall robot can also shake hands, salute people and people's emotions and facial expressions.
Dubai Police says RoboCop is the first of many robot police officers for the city. A spokesman said that by 2030, 25 per cent of the Dubai Police force will robots. He said: "We are to make everything smart in Dubai Police. By 2030, we will have the first smart police station which won't human employees." He added: "The RoboCop is the latest smart addition to the police force and has been to help us crime, keep the city safe and happiness levels." He said RoboCop will, " and help people in the malls or on the streets". An official at the security conference that the future is here now, saying: "The age of the robots no longer coming. It has ."