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Robotic expert Dr David Hanson told viewers that Hanson robotics - who created Sophia - is working to make robots that understand humans and ultimately care about us.
The humanoid robot, created by Hanson robotics can chat, smile mischievously and even tell jokes.
But like his progeny, he insisted that 'unintended consequences, or possible negative uses (of AI) seem to be very small compared to the benefit of the technology.'AI is for instance expected to revolutionise healthcare and education, especially in rural areas with shortages of doctors and teachers.'Elders will have more company, autistic children will have endlessly patient teachers,' Sophia said.
But advances in robotic technology have sparked growing fears that humans could lose control.
While Sophia has some impressive capabilities, she does not yet have consciousness, but Hanson said he expected that fully sentient machines could emerge within a few years.
Sophia herself insisted 'the pros outweigh the cons' when it comes to artificial intelligence.'Elders will have more company, autistic children will have endlessly patient teachers,' Sophia said.
Her name, she said, was Samantha West, and she was definitely a robot, given the pitch perfect repetition of her answers.
Her goal was to ask a series of questions about health coverage—”Are you on Medicare?
'While AI [artificial intelligence] is getting smarter, it's going through a childhood and we want to respect that so maybe someday they'll reach an age of consent but not yet', he said Among the feared consequences of the rise of the robots is the growing impact they will have on human jobs and economies.'Dr Hanson discussed the possibility of life-like androids having relationships with humans.'While AI [artificial intelligence] is getting smarter, it's going through a childhood and we want to respect that so maybe someday they'll reach an age of consent but not yet', he said.'We're working to make relationship machines that can understand us and then ultimately care about us', he said.'Artificial Intelligence is going through and infancy', he said.Earlier this month Sophia herself insisted 'the pros outweigh the cons' when it comes to artificial intelligence.'AI is good for the world, helping people in various ways,' she told AFP, tilting her head and furrowing her brow convincingly."Belt turnover" is commonly cited as a factor that helps to move your foot backwards and thereby makes running on a treadmill easier than running on the road. If so, wouldn't it be felt on any "moving" surface you walk on, such as a train or plane – or even Earth?A warm front will lift north through Pennsylvania and New Jersey early this morning, and it represents the leading edge of the first of several surges of warm air that we can expect to head our way this week.
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