Yes. If you focus on the body it is just like a huge robot. If you look at the brain, there is no way it should be working. Think of the brain as a computer or black hole that we don't, and may never, understand.
And there is no possiblity of robots over powering us because the scientists have not yet created a robot that has cognitive understanding. They can only do what they are wired to do. If you ask a robot to give you the green ball, they can give you the green ball if the ball is set up in an area where they are programed to get the ball. Say the ball is two inches away from the robotic hand and the robot is programed to get objects that are within 5 inches of the hand. The robot can then get the ball. But if the green ball is 6 inches away, the robot cannot get the ball because it is not programed for the requirements necessary for the task.