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Hanson Robotics' Sophia is the world's first AI-powered robot to have been granted citizenship. Is the whole exercise moot or is it worth paying attention to? When the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia granted a citizenship to Hanson Robotics’ female-looking robot Sophia, most thought it was just to appeal to the audience of the Future Investment Initiative.
However, AI ethicist Joanna Bryson told the stunt was “obviously bullshit.” Still, Sophia seems to be making the most of what she was given, as the artificial intelligence (AI) has now turned into an advocate for women’s rights in a country where females have been given the right to drive cars only on September of this year.
Three months later, my younger brother, Jonathan, joins us for the final session.
Sensing that I don’t quite know how to proceed, my dad hands me a piece of notepaper marked with a skeletal outline in his handwriting.
So this is how we’re developing this,” Hanson Robotics CEO David Hanson told , explaining how his company has found an opportunity for a move that seems to have been meant to be purely publicity.