Earlier this year, at the SXSW festival in Austin, Texas, a group of rascally engineers from Hanson Robotics debuted their latest lifelike humanoid robot, Sophia. The company's mission? To build "affordable, highly intelligent robots that teach, serve, entertain and are capable of developing a deep relationship with people." The Hanson engineers previously built a humanoid robot modeled after sci-fi godfather Philip K. Dick, but the new Sophia bot is designed to learn as it converses with people and ultimately become an "awakening machine." If you're keeping notes at home, Sophia's face is based on Audrey Hepburn and company founder David Hanson's wife. On a related note, say hello to the ScarJoBot.