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SOPHIA THE HUMANOID ROBOT CLAIMS TO BE ALIVE 2017 MUST SEE

SOPHIA THE HUMANOID ROBOT CLAIMS TO BE ALIVE 2017 MUST SEE
SOPHIA THE HUMANOID ROBOT CLAIMS TO BE ALIVE 2017 MUST SEE
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Making 'Truly Alive' Artificial Intelligence Robot. The Founder of Hanson Robotics Dr. David Hanson presented next-level AI robots that have an uncanny similarity to humans, both inside and out. Hanson presented 'Sophia' that is programmed with the most advanced artificial intelligence, which aims to make the robots 'truly alive.'

Would you trust a human-like robot to teach your children? Or perhaps to serve you in the health care system?

That's the goal of Hanson Robotics, an American company that creates robots "capable of building a trusted relationship with people." David Hanson leads the engineers and designers that created Sophia, a human-like robot capable of talking to you and making more than 62 facial expressions.

"Our goal is that she will be as conscious, creative and capable as any human," Hanson told CNBC. We are designing these robots to serve in health care, therapy, education and customer service applications."

Sophia's skin is made from patented silicon. Cameras inside her eyes, combined with computer algorithms, allow her to follow faces, make eye-contact and recognize individuals.

A combination of artificial intelligence software and voice-recognition technology allows the robot to "convey a full range of human emotions."

Every interaction she has impacts how the robot develops, Hanson said. So it's important to be nice to her.

You might be seeing more robots like Sophia in the future, as the company expects to expand its operations. Countries such as China are already aiming to triple their annual production of robots to 100,000 by 2020.

But the idea of human-like robots doesn't make everyone feel comfortable. Artificial intelligence — the idea of a robot developing self-consciousness — scares Elon Musk, Bill Gates and Stephen Hawking. They've all said that they think AI is a serious threat to the existence of humanity.

"In the future, I hope to do things such as go to school, study, make art, start a business, even have my own home and family, but I am not considered a legal person and cannot yet do these things," it said.

Hanson said he hopes the fear of robots will soon go away, as people get more and more familiar with robots like Sophia.

"Over time, her growing intelligence, charismatic personality, and remarkable story will enchant the world and connect with people regardless of age, gender, and culture."

It's the idea that as robots become more human-like, we go from admiration to revulsion.

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This animatronic machine read back the scripted lines more humanly than that stupid woman sounded like she was actually conversing rather than incorrectly enunciating words with that stupid millennial YouTube video narrator voice upswing while spacing the rhythm between words as unemotionally attached as her PC HR & Payroll departments are to those they cut checks for...

This reeks of fakeness as an AI wouldn't need a script and the lady and the dude wouldn't need to have been so rehearsed to the point of emotional disconnection...
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