Noelle the Pregnant Robot.

Gaumard Scientific Co.'s $20,000 "pregnant" robot is used to train doctors and nurses deal with complications of pregnancy:

The full-sized, blond, pale mannequin is in demand because medicine is rapidly abandoning centuries-old training methods that use patients as guinea pigs, turning instead to high-tech simulations. It's better to make a mistake on a $20,000 robot than a live patient. ...

She can be programmed for a variety of complications and for cervix dilation. She can labor for hours and produce a breach baby or unexpectedly give birth in a matter of minutes.

She ultimately delivers a plastic doll that can change colors, from a healthy pink glow to the deadly blue of oxygen deficiency. The baby mannequin is wired to flash vital signs when hooked up to monitors.

Another picture from The Raw Feed and Random Good Stuff (Thanks, Vincente!)

yoour invention is wacky and a good idea if i would of thought of that my mom and dad would be very pruod of there baby lol good invention once again i love it!!! one question how did you come up with the idea of a pregnant robot its so amazing i dont no how i would of thought of that good job hopefully it becomes succesful!!!!
yours truly
Emma fonepay
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disgusting you say?
just remember where you came from...
the first carpet you munched was your mothers, unless you were born in a vat full of amniotic fluid...
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