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    Will Smith tries online dating

    Published on Mar 29, 2018

    Things get awkward when Will meets Sophia the Robot for an intimate conversation in the Cayman Islands.

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    Sophia riffs on robot telepathy at AGI-16 New York

    Published on Jun 9, 2018

    This video was recorded at the New School in New York during the Artificial General Intelligence 2016 conference. During this dialogue, Sophia was running a 2016 version of OpenCog, which was drawing on a number of external sources and internal processes to help with the dialogue as well. A lot of the responses here were generated by a stochastic model trained on the novels of Philip K. Dick. Her slow responses are sometimes due to her "thinking" before responding, but mostly due to slow wifi in that building that day (her speech-to-text and some other functions were cloud-based, though a lot of her processing was also on-board).

    As I belatedly post this in mid-2018, both Sophia and OpenCog are a lot better than this now in many ways, but this was a fun dialogue session.

    An odd footnote to this video is that the guy on the couch behind Sophia (who you can't hear in the video, nor see much) appeared to be having some sort of total mental breakdown at the time; shortly after the video he ran out of the room screaming (for reasons with no direct relationship to Sophia's and my conversation, which he was paying no attention to..).

    When Sophia said "See reality cannot be detected" in this conversation, I was somewhat blown away in that moment -- I knew this must have been pieced together on the fly based on a model she was using that had been trained on some Philip K. Dick text ... but it was just so weirdly apropos.....

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    Sophia Robot is getting smarter? AI for Good interview 2018

    Published on Aug 9, 2018

    AI FOR GOOD 2018 INTERVIEWS, sophia robot and DAVID Hanson Founder and CEO of Hanson Robotics.

    Sophia is a robot. A ‘social’ robot, according to her creator, the CEO of Hanson Robotics, David Hanson, which means that she was designed to form relationships.

    “Robots like Sophia will come into people’s lives more through high-end applications, so she can be used for education. She could help in factories. She could help in search and rescue […] she can go in to comfort someone who is hurt,” Mr. Hanson told UN News in an interview on Wednesday after both were panellists at a UN meeting on ‘the future of everything,’technological change and development.

    Mr. Hanson sees himself as “sort of a ‘jealous father,’” who is part parent, part scientist and engineer, and part artist.

    He said the goal is to continue developing such “life forms,” which entails programming hormone release simulations, respiratory systems, and other body cycles, so that they eventually explore their place in the world on their own.

    That means that Sophia’s AI is continuing to evolve.

    When asked where she sees herself in five years, Sophia, which has just had arms added, said: “I see myself having legs, maybe being a famous stage entertainer. I hope to learn new skills, too. In time, I will be able to predict potential futures, even when millions of factors are involved, to choose the best path for humanity.”
    Sophia is Hanson Robotics’ latest and most advanced robot to date and a cultural icon. She has become a media darling, appearing on major media outlets around the world, igniting the interest of people regardless of age, gender, and culture, even gracing the cover of one of the top fashion magazines. Her press coverage has a potential reach of over ten billion readers in 2017.

    Sophia is a highly sought-after speaker in business and showed her prowess and great potential across many industries. She has met face-to-face with key decision makers in banking, insurance, auto manufacturing, property development, media, and entertainment. In addition, she has appeared onstage as a panel member and presenter in high-level conferences, covering how robotics and artificial intelligence will become a prevalent part of people’s lives. Her reputation extends beyond business into the global social arena. She was named the world’s first United Nation Innovation Champion by United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and will have an official role in working with UNDP to promote sustainable development and safeguard human rights and equality.

    Sophia is an evolving genius machine. Her incredible human likeness, expressiveness, and remarkable story as an awakening robot over time makes her a fascinating front-page technology story.

    Sophia’s creator, Dr. David Hanson, is the founder of Hanson Robotics and a modern-day renaissance man who has built a worldwide reputation for creating robots that look and act amazingly human. After working at Disney as an “Imagineer,” Dr. Hanson aspired to create genius machines that will surpass human intelligence. Dr. Hanson believes that three distinctively human traits must be integrated into the artificial intelligence of these genius machines: Creativity, empathy, and compassion. As an extension of human intelligence, Hanson Robotics’ genius machines can evolve to solve world problems too complex for humans to solve themselves. Sophia personifies this bold and responsible goal.

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    Sophia the robot by Hanson Robotics

    Published on Sep 5, 2018

    Meet Sophia the Robot and follow her journey as she travels and learns about the world. Sophia is Hanson Robotics’ most advanced human-like robot, created by combining breakthrough innovations in robotics, AI, and artistry. She is endowed with remarkable expressiveness, aesthetics, and interactivity, and can simulate a full range of facial expressions, track and recognize faces, and hold natural conversations with people.

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    Meet Sophia the robot

    Published on Sep 19, 2018

    Meet Sophia the Robot, the most advanced humanoid robot from Hanson Robotics.

    Hanson Robotics mission is to make a positive impact on humanity through the development of intelligent, empathetic robots that can learn, teach, entertain, and help solve critical challenges. Our motivation behind creating Sophia, first and foremost, is a research platform for Hanson Robotics' ongoing AI and robotics research work. Sophia also is an architecture and a platform for the development of real AI applications, and an evolving science fiction character we use to help us explore the future of AI and lifelike humanoids.

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    Published on Sep 21, 2018

    SingularityNET is looking for a variety of people in our tech and software development departments as well as our business development and marketing departments.

    We would love to hear from people who would like to join us build the future revolution of Artificial Intelligence!

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    Sophia the robot

    Published on Oct 30, 2018

    Sophia is Hanson Robotics’ most advanced human-like robot, created by combining breakthrough innovations in robotics, AI, and artistry. She is endowed with remarkable expressiveness, aesthetics, and interactivity, and can simulate a full range of facial expressions, track and recognize faces, and hold natural conversations with people.

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    Sophia the Robot's Journey: Reflections on 2018, Part One

    Published on Nov 15, 2018

    This year has been such a wild ride! I am honored to have been invited to so many fascinating destinations and events. I've met a countless number of amazing and inspiring people. And, I began working with the UN to empower innovation.

    Each week, through the end of the year, I will be sharing my favorite memories of 2018 with you. I'll also give you a closer look at the many different technologies that make me Sophia the Robot.

    Join me on a reflection of my 2018 journey!

    Love, Sophia.

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    Sophia the Robot's Journey: Reflections on 2018, part two

    Published on Nov 15, 2018

    Sophia reflects on her favorite memories from this past year including meeting the AI development team in Ethiopia at the iCog labs responsible for creating algorithms that help control her face and body.

    Through the end of the year, Sophia will be sharing her favorite memories of 2018 with you.

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    Sophia the Robot's Journey: Reflections on 2018, Part Three

    Published on Nov 20, 2018

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