There’s a famous story of a certain king who had been out hunting with his dogs. And he returned to his Palace. And he was so thirsty that he was calling out for water. There was a scholar who used to be close to the king. So he said to the servant when he was bringing the water, “Give me the water so I can give it to the king personally.” The scholar went to the king and the king told him to give him the water because he was so thirsty. But the scholar said no. He said, “First let me ask you something.”
Now, if we decide to put a “TAIL” to robots unlike human structure, what you think we would do it for? (some people I heard really have fun thinking this that what if we human had a tail like animals do) So that it can use it’s tail, right? So, if we set a “tail” in a robot, we will also program it for it’s purpose and for it’s functions as to how and when and why it will use it’s tail, right?