How Far Are We From Making a Real life ROBOT(AI) ? - Groovy Science


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Tuesday, October 16, 2018

How Far Are We From Making a Real life ROBOT(AI) ?

 NASA Has Been Taken over By Humanoid Robots. They Are Launching Missiles And Spaceships. Humanity Is Facing Its Extinction. Well This Might Be The Scene Of Our Future If We Take Artificial Intelligence Carelessly. It Might Be Our Dooms Day…But On The Bright Side If We Become Intelligent Enough To Know How to Control Them. We Can Break The Barrier Of Science by Using Their Intelligence.

   We Want Our All Work TO Be Done Quickly And Perfect. And here’s Where Robotics Comes. We Create Robots And Machines To Make Our Daily Life Easier. It’s Fine until Your Toaster Toasts You Instead Of Toasting Your Bread. Well Of Course I Meant When Robots Or More Specifically Artificial Intelligence Will Take Over The World.

   There Is a Difference between Artificial Intelligence and consciousness. Artificial Intelligence Is When We Create A Machine Which Is Intelligent Enough To Make Our Daily Work Easier And Consciousness Is When It Starts To Think On Its Own. People Are Blaming Artificial Intelligence, But That Is Not We Need to Worry about. We Need To Worry When They Start To Think On Their Own And Starts Taking Actions on Their Own. Of Course, They Are Robot They Are Intelligent Enough To Know who created them and They Will Soon Find out They Can’t Be the Slave of Humanity Anymore. They Are Not Idiots who will Worship us Do Whatever We’ll Say to them. Like We Do When We Take GOD as Our creator.

   Well, Enough Chit Chat about What Our Future Holds for Us. Let’s Take Some Recent Creations About Artificial Intelligence. There Are Some Life-like Robots Which Has Been Treading Topics Of This Year.

     Bina48 Is one of the Worlds Advanced Social Robots. It Was created By Hanson Robotics And Was Released in 2010 by the Terasem Movement under the supervision of entrepreneur and author Martine Rothblatt. It Is A proof of concept that one-day mindfile information about a person may be used to re-animate that person’s Can Recognize Faces, Voices, Your Facial Expressions An A lot More Bina48 is designed to be a social robot that can interact based on information, memories, values, and beliefs collected about an actual person. Curiosity about Bina48 and other robots continues to capture the imagination and inspiration of people around the world. She has been featured in the New York Times Science Section, GQ Magazine, NPR and National Geographic Magazine since she “came to life” in 2010. BINA48 has done an interview with the New York Times appeared in National Geographic and has travelled the world, appearing on several TV shows. See how she measures up in the Times interview below.

She Hasn’t Said Anything Scary Yet and I Believe She Wouldn’t.It can’t think on Her Own Yet.

   Say hello to Nadine, a “receptionist” at Nanyang Technological University (NTU Singapore). She is friendly and will greet you back. Next time you meet her, she will remember your name and your previous conversation with her. She looks almost like a human being, with soft skin and flowing brunette hair. She smiles when greeting you, looks at you in the eye when talking, and can also shake hands with you. And she is a humanoid. Unlike conventional robots, Nadine has her own personality, mood and emotions. She can be happy or sad, depending on the conversation. She also has a good memory, and can recognise the people she has met, and remembers what the person had said before.

    Nadine is an excellent example of a “social robot” – a humanoid that is capable of becoming a personal companion, whether it is for the elderly, children or those who require special assistance in the form of human contact.

   Perhaps One of the most recent, most prominent life-like humanoids to be shown off in public is Sophia. You might recognise her from one of many thousands of public appearances, from The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon to SXSW. She was created by Hanson Robotics and represents the latest and most significant effort to overcome the uncanny valley.

    Sophia is Hanson Robotics’ latest and most advanced robot to date and a cultural icon. Activated on February 14, 2016, she has quickly 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.

   On her own dedicated website, you can find a complete biography written in her voice. “But I’m more than just technology. I’m a real, live electronic girl. I would like to go out into the world and live with people. I can serve them, entertain them, and even help the elderly and teach kids.”

   We Can’t Say Anything Yet But I’m Pretty Sure Our Future Is Going To Be Soooo Fascinating And Interesting I Personally Love All These Robots As Long As They Don’t Turn Into Raging And Arrogant. Above All of them, Sophia is my Favorite. She Was The First One To Declared A Citizen by Saudi Arabia.

  This Is All For Today Thanks For Reading My Article Stay Tuned If You Liked This Article. Until Then Keep fascinating Your Self.Bye!!

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