There are various approaches to designing humanoid robots.
Design decisions are typically based on specific purposes, user demographics, usage environments, cultural backgrounds, and other factors.
I have created an imaginary image based on the phrase “Sexy Female Robot”.
When humans interact with robots, voice can play an important role.
Some products, such as car navigation systems and smart speakers, have female voices as the dominant option, which may be chosen simply to make users feel more comfortable.
In healthcare settings, robots with emphasized human-like designs may be appropriate to increase patients’ sense of security.
Since women are often involved in household and childcare, female robots are expected to specialize in supporting housework, caregiving, and child-rearing.
Women are generally considered to be empathetic, and female robots are expected to understand users’ feelings and respond appropriately.
Feminine-designed robots are often depicted as part of a vision for future society, and can also help with public relations and image improvement efforts targeting users.
While performance is the primary focus in evaluating robots, design decisions are also of interest.