Anthropomorphic (adjective)

Having human characteristics or qualities attributed to non-human things, such as animals or objects.

Origin:

The word 'anthropomorphic' is derived from the greek words 'anthropos' meaning 'human' and 'morphē' meaning 'form, shape.'.

Examples:

  1. The anthropomorphic characters in the movie were beloved by audiences.
  2. The anthropomorphic animals in the comic strip were used to comment on human behavior.
  3. The anthropomorphic robots in the TV show were designed to be more relatable to humans.
  4. The anthropomorphic design of the computer interface made it easier for users to interact with.
  5. The anthropomorphic traits of the AI system were seen as a step towards creating more human-like AI.
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