Panel of AI-enabled humanoid robots take questions from humans

Ameka combines AI with highly realistic prosthetic heads

New Delhi:

The world’s first human-robot conference was held in Geneva, where a panel of AI-enabled humanoid robots told the United Nations that they could eventually run the world better than humans.

Nine AI-enabled humanoid robots fielded questions from the audience. They were assembled to serve as the world’s first press conference with a packed panel of AI-enabled humanoid social robots.

When a man pointed out that artificial intelligence and all the data it uses comes only from humans, a robot replied, “I believe humans and AI work together to form an effective synergy.” Can.”

Another robot making multiple facial expressions was asked about trust issues.

“Can we trust you as a machine?” An expert at the meeting said to the robot.

Robot said, “As AI becomes more advanced and powerful, I believe it is important to build trust between humans and machines.”

Ameka, which combines AI with highly realistic prosthetic heads, said it depended on how the AI ​​was deployed. “We should be cautious but also excited for the potential of these technologies to improve our lives,” Robot said.

The summit was organized by the ITU technical agency of the United Nations.

As the development of AI progresses, the humanoid robot panel is divided on whether there should be global regulation of their capabilities, even though this may limit their potential.

Desdemona, who sings in the band Jam Galaxy, said, “I don’t believe in limits, I only believe in opportunities.”

Robot artist Ai-Da said many people were arguing for AI regulation, “and I agree”. “We must be cautious about the future development of AI. There is an urgent need for discussion now.”

with input from afp