You have a fragment of an idea, but don't know how to state, develop, or support it. But, if true, you will be famous. So, embed it in a far-fetched "model" and publish it, in the hope that your "model" will be proven "correct", somehow, someday.
Your "humanoid robot" is really a pair of active vision camera's and robot arms bolted together, with a flashy plastic body. The rhetoric describing it is laden with terms indicating its humanoid abilities: it "interacts" with humans (and even graduate students); it has emotions. However, when looked at more closely, the thing is supported by simple software that appears to be ten or fifteen years behind the state of the art. If done well, you can enjoy the feeling of metaphorically, as well as literally, being the "star of your own movie".