Work ” Can’t help myself ” using an industrial robot, identifiable sensors and software system in our growth in the global automation, such circumstances territory are controlled by the mechanical, and the relationship between human and machine is changing fast. “Can’t help myself,” in English, is interpreted in a state that cannot be suppressed or Can’t be controlled: Can’t restrain oneself, Can’t help. On the scene, a black robot wields a giant shovel and keeps control of a large, dark red thick liquid on the ground. Liquid continuous outflow, a shovel with all sorts of attitude control and dance from time to time, twisted with liquid shovel and sometimes suddenly came to the visitors, and elegant, let a person produce fear unconsciously. And white ground under the flow of liquid and cleaning, formed the freedom and the control of wonders, let the audience to a lot of content: nature, attributes, differences, control, freedom, and the power and repression. Artist sun yuan peng yu took a photo with the KUKA team. This is the Serbian artist Dragan Ilic launching a di-2k4 art creation project. His performance in the project was a reinterpretation of Chaplin’s “modern times” and a dystopian installation art. In short, the giant robot holds Dragan in his hand and USES him as a human flesh brush to create art on the whiteboard. So, it’s a little bit of a little bit of a video. According to Ilic, the future trend of artistic creation is the interaction between the artificial and the machine, and when the artistic creation technique exceeds the human limit, the interaction between the machine and the human is needed. Nowadays, the role of robots in social life and artistic creation is becoming more and more important. In order to verify this statement, he turned themselves into a brush, hand paint, tied to a programmable industrial robot, the robot artist waving his rod body brush this painting on the wall of a broad wall. Ilic mentioned that his personal safety would be at great risk if the robot was not operated properly or malfunctionally during the creation of the project. The move is also meant to emphasize once again that if humans trust robots too much, they pose many unknown risks for themselves.