The "world's first operational Robocop" has been unveiled in Dubai as part of the emirate's planned robot police force.
Robocop started work on Sunday and is already making a name for itself.
At 5ft 5in tall and weighing 100kg, it can speak six languages and is designed to read facial expressions.
The machine has a built-in tablet so people can use it to pay fines or report crimes, and can also transmit and receive messages from police headquarters.
The robot police officer has the ability to scan faces from 20 metres away and bears a touchscreen on its chest which members of the public can use to report crimes.
He can chat and interact, respond to public queries, shake hands and offer a military salute.
Multi-lingual crime-fighting robots will make up a quarter of the city's police force by 2030, according to officials.
It also has a microphone which feeds directly to the Dubai Police call centres.
A prototype robot was first unveiled at the GITEX annual computer and electronic trade show at the Dubai World Centre in October, 2016.
Earlier prototypes of the robots have been developed with the aim of offering assistance to tourists on the streets and in shopping malls in Dubai.