Robots can never be fully emotional but if they could get even the slightest skill to recognize other people’s emotion even that will be enough to have a soft corner for these rulers , perhaps, of the future. Such has been the wish by the researchers from Waseda University in Tokyo. They are supportive to incorporate such wireless armband sensors that can discern the blood pressure and pulse variation while measuring galvanic skin response as a sign of tension or mood change. Ongoing testing marks the recognition of the fear 86% of the time, correctly. This feat will help them to serve their master in accordance to the environmental cues. Emotional thinking like feeling, mood, sensibility and intuitiveness are the key etiquettes these silicon-brained robots require so that they could adapt to the advent human responses.