I'm pretty sure I did bold it, but it doesn't matter.
Yup, he said that, in those words, at BAFTA:
""Right, can we dare to create a character which anybody interacting with that character would truly believe was alive?" and we took that challenge and I admit to you now that a lot of it is smoke and mirrors and tricks, but that doesn't matter."
What do you mean by proving usefull? They believe it can make for a nice experience and a nice game, and so they're doing it. It's just not the kind of thing you (and aparently many others) seem to assume it is, the kind of thing you'd have scientists reasearching with government funds. What it is is a prduct that tries to look like that. And that's what they shown, and that's what's coming.
And this is Molyneux, of course he'll use as many hyperboles as are known to man when talking about a new project.
so now you made it BAFTA after E3 claims
if they belive it can make it useful then how does wating time over MILO help or make it useful????-thats the main question is,why the hell waste time over it?