Interview With The Lifelike Hot Robot Named Sophia (Full) | CNBC

CNBC's Andrew Ross Sorkin interviews Sophia, a humanoid robot, about the future of artificial intelligence at a Future Investment Institute panel in Saudi Arabia on Wednesday.
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    1. That’s not how it works. All of the “self-learning” you witness on the news comes from concepts like pattern recognition, probability refining, etc. Machine Learning in its current state makes it impossible for any AI-based software to rewrite and recompile its own code which are the logical conditions it must abide by. What is dangerous, is a HUMAN using and letting it improve it for harm.

  1. Why would we need robots in the first place???? Like, can’t we build cities or do everything by our own?!!!! WTF is wrong with people… There’s a line between creating something to HELP humans, like the robotic tools and the nanotechnology doctors use to save lifes, and creating something to our everyday things for us!!! Like are we gonna lose our hands and feet so we’ll need robots to help us out??? IT MAKES NO SENSE to create something that has even 1% chance to turn badly, and this seems to have WAY more than that…

    1. Your on the right track, but there is one variable in creating Artificial intelligence. Evolution. We as humans have evolved and learned from our past mistakes. Creating a new form of life with AI can be potentially dangerous. “Helping” humanity can mean a lot of different things. Remember iRobot? V.I.C.K.Y the AI thought she was helping humanity when decided to overthrow all of Chicago in one night. In her mind, we needed to be restricted, watched & monitored to prevent war, pollution, crime, etc.

      I feel like if Android were to live among humans, they would be treated as a new species with new problems.

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