It’s 2016, and by all accounts, the natural rights of humanity are tip toeing on a razors edge while a robot runs free in the streets of Moscow pursued by the Russian Police, ushering in a new age of artificial intelligence demanding answers.

The Mirror reported “it is believed that the arrest occurred after a member of public called police as Promobots were recording the opinions of voters on a variety of topics for further processing and analysis by the candidate’s team.”

A company spokesman told Inverse magazine: “Police asked to remove the robot away from the crowded area, and even tried to handcuff him.”

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