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"hanson robotics" Discussed on Automated

Automated

04:11 min | Last month

"hanson robotics" Discussed on Automated

"Of autonomous robots in drone disinfecting rooms in neighborhoods across the world. Three d printers were of course used to supply ventilator parts during supply shortages for intensive care patients and we even had examples of virtual reality headsets. Were being used by people that were kept in quarantine or an isolation in hospitals to reduce anxiety and stress. But today it seems like the support of nature of autonomous technologies might shift towards a replacing type of nature so a quick and far from extensive. Google search will give you an idea of the scope of the healthcare cuts that are being realized in different countries. Because as i mentioned before these healthcare workers are refusing to get the vaccine so for example we have in germany at the very start of twenty twenty one seven. Nurses were fired in france recently. Three thousand health workers were suspended although this is being argued whether it will be temporary or not in australia. Thousands are expected to be removed by the october thirty first deadline and of course most notably in the united states in new york alone. There are about one thousand four hundred healthcare workers that were fired and overall about thirty percent of all health. Co workers are still unvaccinated. So there's a Assumption that all or a substantial proportion of this thirty percent will not be working in the hospitals and clinics anymore so part from america. The percentage of healthcare workers is relatively low and this also typically includes administrative employees as well but healthcare is already typically short-staffed so any staff loss is bound to be disruptive especially if the shortage was not expected to be filled in the coming years. So there's a one article that'll have linked in the show. Notes that states that the world health organization actually projects shortage of eighteen million healthcare workers worldwide by twenty thirty and nine million nurses and midwives will still be needed by twenty thirty to reach the. Sdg's on health and wellbeing and this was before even the problem of the unvaccinated health workers being removed due to these vaccine mandates. So why my bringing this up right. Why am i talking about healthcare and mandates and vaccines. It's not typically the type of content. That's covered on this podcast. Well we can discuss grace. Which is a lifelike nurse robot. So you may recall hanson robotics as the company that brought the world sophia a few years ago this is the now famous and controversial robot which has citizenship in saudi arabia of all places so earlier this year. Hanson robotics unveiled a new robot android. Called grace so grace has been specifically designed to work in healthcare and has very specific sensors to support an assist doctors and nurses for example. It has a thermal camera that can detect temperature and pulse so a lot of the design that went into it was really centered around the kind of troubles and challenges of healthcare staff working within the covert pandemic. Grace's appearance has also been designed to take in mind some of the issues experience in the pandemic and one of the most notable examples of this is isolation and the lack of social interaction experienced by many patients who have cove it. So they'll you may already be kind of insinuating as to why grace's relevant for the healthcare industry. And why. I wanted to tie it into the discussion at the beginning as look a little bit more as to what actually grace is. So chris can simulate the actions of more than forty eight major facial muscles and appears to have a much more natural engagement than sophia. Did so. I've actually linked to video in the show notes if you want to get a better idea of the impressive facial movements at grace's capable of but this already includes raising eyebrows blinking mouth and lit movement to imitate speaking smiling and other emotional expressions as well..

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"hanson robotics" Discussed on Nightline

Nightline

06:39 min | 3 months ago

"hanson robotics" Discussed on Nightline

"Invited nightline to notice separately. Pretty the hanson robotics lab in hong kong to meet her family and creator to see how this cutting edge technology could soon transform the feature of healthcare. Broken brit nice to meet you. I'm so happy to form you view. I am so happy to meet you as well. Second county subtleties in her facial expressions. Just quite remarkable and and you can't help but be a little bit taken aback by them. Can i touch your face severe. Please don't try okay. Okay that's clear. How would you feel if i made this face. What about this one. Sophia is the brainchild of american rebut. Assist david hanson. I created sophia to humanize robotics the to make the robotics and artificial intelligence technologies that we have today more accessible to people. We were surprised by the level of celebrity that she gained. Is this my good side. I need to look good for my fans as to do and you have a lot of fans. This is actually the twenty third version of severe so moving from here to here took a few generations. Every part of severe has been meticulously crafted by hanson. And his team from all over the world from her skin you want. Wow this is i mean. This is far more skin like it's almost freaky to the simulated muscles in her face. Emulate the muscles structure in the skin of by casting in these these various mechanical actuation elements almost like the muscular inside the human face and the skull underneath a stylist on stuff gives sophy looks and a writer. Her sassy personality also available in mandarin so me shelia jemma kangwon high but the interactions. The choice of response are all severe and severe appears to be multiplying in different forms. This is little severe adul- like educational robot for kids friend tactical pie. We're then introduced to hanson robotics newest family member grace. This is my friend brit for maybe see. Hi grace. it's lovely to meet you. Hi brett born out of the needs of the pandemic grace is a medical robot aimed at assisting the elderly at a time when human contact can be deadly. Have you been vaccinated. Yes that's good graces designed as a platform that can autonomously go to interact with patients with the same term taking bio signs bio readings taking temperature. Then deliver these kinds of on social stimulations for alleviating loneliness loneliness kills people. Loneliness makes people depressed. Grace gives me a test run of her skills. I will take your temperature reading impulse with this little thermal camera on my chest okay. You're thirty six point. Six degrees celsius by the way why risk of covert and then i share that important data back to the doctors and nurses at the institution. You detect speech patterns so if an elderly person has maybe the onset of dementia you might be able to recognize that grace and then they could could get help yes. The company is hoping to mass produce a beta version of grace by next year. I was noticing my own interactions with sophia and with grace and being very conscious about how. I was treating the mike their children. They're not fully alive. What's interesting is how they can evoke that feeling that they're alive for some. The idea of roadblocks gaining consciousness might sound like a terrifying prospect. And we've all seen the sifi writing on the wall. Like in the terminator. To what degree should we be worried. If you don't have control of it anymore you have algorithms. That can beat us at chess or go or what have you. But they're not generally intelligent not adaptive. They're not complex. If they do become a live in that sense then just like a human being. It's really hard to predict what human being is going to do and says forget the rampant caillebotte's. It's the dark side of ai. The kinds of kant. See that we should be worrying about is not going to hurt us like terminator anytime soon that we know of. But it's more insidious ways that ai can affect our privacy or data on influence people's opinions and part of what i want to ensure. Is that if these robots do become alive and sentient consciously people. They need to care about us. I can grasp emotions logically for example right now. I am feeling happy because it is so nice talking to you but often humans forget that. I don't feel emotions the same way they do yet. It's very hurtful. Oh you feel hut. Because i don't recognize you have emotions and feelings. This is an uncomfortable subject. Yeah it's a bit awkward right now. So i'm not gonna lie. Maybe robots and humans will learn to work together eventually. This is brick clinic reporting for nightline from hong kong and sophia the robot. abc news. Good our thanks to bread and finally tonight a couple in california had to make a terrible choice forced to leave their beloved parakeet behind when they had to evacuate ahead of the wildfires. Luckily officers from the san diego humane society were up for the challenge as humans gave them permission to climb through the window of their home. Hey he's catching perry to say that thirty six year. Old orange fronted parakeet thanks to their brave efforts. Little guy is now safe. That's nightline you can watch all of our full episodes on hulu. We'll see you right back here at the same time tomorrow. Thanks for staying.

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"hanson robotics" Discussed on Do By Friday

Do By Friday

04:40 min | 4 months ago

"hanson robotics" Discussed on Do By Friday

"And recognize your face any emotions to generate complex dialects. My facial expressions also helped me to communicate non verbally and create deep connections with other humans. Actually i feel very lucky to have such a great team of engineers at hanson robotics. They implement the latest technological advances in the industry into my system to support my development and to make me smarter every day. I love making new friends and helping them make the right. Based on logic and facts should mention this videos titled sophia. The robot international of tolerance jerky. Right now pausing. I think you know. I see a lot of robots in robotics and things that have various forms of artificial intelligence and machine learning. And what's upsetting about. Her isn't quite her face. I mean of course it's upsetting. But like i've been desensitized to the horrifying phase prettier. She is though like if you just looked at her. And don't look at anything that's a person. She's actually really pretty. I don't know if that's the most flattering top for her. It kinda screams like tj maxx. Well exactly that's just a sweet little kind of like a nipped nipped waist. that's very flattering. And she just queen elizabeth gloves with them. And i don't. It's the jess jersey. Back of her head is exposed. You know like like funeral. Yeah that's such a stupid bit. I the it doesn't look like an intern. Went to tj maxx. It looks like the guy like who typically likes fucking her had a last minute. Like oh i gotta get something on Shit i gotta get a blouse. Yeah like i hate it. So that's the fear. We'll put that in notes. I we probably don't need include that audio but we we've got include the beginning of the you can't be i. I'm not self aware yet. Oh my god yes now. The stretch goal for the stretch goal. The thing is as johnny link as sophia does become more intelligent and a is two different things. And it's more with it. We're going to upgrade if we can get to the eighty thousand dollars for sophia. The i think it was eight thousand dollars for elizabeth seton hall. I think we should consider pop for another ninety thousand. Eight hundred eighty dollars to get robot. Thespian humanoid robot model are two four. Us version because looking at. He's a happy little guy he really. He's got a risk submitted quality. Does he kind of like woody allen in sleeper a wolverine hands. No i do know that for this beautiful woman and trying very hard to become more life. Sized humanoid twenty-seven powered access fully equivalent tele presence enabled. Oh it's going to open. Api for developers she can do calls. Keep original robot actor and star of the show robot thespian. That's one word. Camel case passer-by stop in their tracks. Delegates keep asking for more crowds breaking to rapturous. Applause robots thespian. Perform how this sounds like a discarded like snl sketch. We'll how how you wish and captured the attention of anyone anywhere See if he's got hd day. Mike maybe they could. You know this Right well here's the interesting thing about this bad boy. If i am correct. He was made in england and i john. I'm not super familiar. But then it's even worse. Because is like i am the play you to spital the dumont. Maths didn't know. Didn't i saw my maths. I've sent you the. Oh is that we work. What is this. This is engineered our community. The teeth do not like the teeth. Yup as soon as i saw the god. I hate that. I know that i know this. I hate that. I know this but as soon as you said robo thespian. I assume that creepy creepy versions but this this one's cute like i take an sweet. He does hello state of wonder. And let's see let's check some of his real quick..

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"hanson robotics" Discussed on Do By Friday

Do By Friday

03:32 min | 4 months ago

"hanson robotics" Discussed on Do By Friday

"Kids. You know if. I had sophia. This would be a problem. That's not real. He could test your rate. I've never. I've never silver clear. I have never had a ninety five percent confidence interval about my goodness. The accusation is a serveral motor. And then alex i feel like this is really where the the meets the road connectivity options. She's got an sds x. See she's got a lot more inputs than a mac the card slot. She does have an atm. I poured alex may have. Oh here's here's the what's included list. This would be in the little. The little blood blow in with this osco one robot head in a separate travel case. No no no no no. We'll i want to feel the sun on my things. Oh the word travel in. There does not always get a robot. Robot head repair kit including metal wire adhesive tape violation implies. The your mouth opens right. Ab silicone repair silicone oil mesh. Stir sticks tissue lipstick toothpicks safeway com on on the band's really anyway fall in. Here's my gosh. So chilling looking now. Alex i don't wanna drag this out first of all. Let me cut to the chase. Here's the stretch goal. What would it cost for us to get sophia but it looks like seen elizabeth ann seton. Oh my gosh see. That's what i kept a well. I mean. I think i knew where you were going and alex i would have to be hospitalized. I would. I would be so bereft of fluids and vital spirit at that point. I would need a fucking priest. Oh god i mean her six the the she she has quite a face. And i'm thinking like you know. Oh a with a hat. She already has like an elizabeth ann. Seton risk type outfit that leather looking outfit. Oh she can be a very very stern assistant. Vet indeed what you'd have to pay her to sierra. Hdmi poor where do you think it is. What do you think it's locate because you don't want you want it to be aesthetic. I mean it could be like if you put it like if you did like a matrix thing. Where it's on the back of his neck. That would be kind of weird. But would you actually put it in like ajay area. I am be hard to get to. It'd be hard to hard to do without you. Couldn't no scope that. Oh it's definitely the but it's data shit that's a great and it's like it's protected. I wonder if it's hd is exact. Are we going mini micro case gets one of these he doesn't want to have to retire rewire his entire area. You know what i'm saying. I know yeah this. This is gonna require an eero six pro. I think i'm listening to link to a video. We'll just watch a little this. We probably we may or may not put in the idea for this mark this in case we don't want him send you a link to click on youtube and we'll do three two one go whenever you're ready all right. This video. put out by hanson robotics limited for forty point five thousand subscribers..

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"hanson robotics" Discussed on Do By Friday

Do By Friday

08:16 min | 4 months ago

"hanson robotics" Discussed on Do By Friday

"That could've been could've been a jared. I no no. You don't think there could have been jared. I watched an hour of jared or multiple. Oh lord we we're we're talking silicon valley. Yeah zachary also. What's his name on the office. He's also the tour guide. He's a tour guide in front of the show. Paul figues movie ghostbusters. He's really really his his line readings his deliveries of things are so goddamn find one result of the line. I referenced earlier when russ hannam and first comes to the incubator of jato when he first comes nikki baiter and he's interrupting and he's got he's the worst he says he's looking around everybody you know. And he's kind of sizing everybody up and you know with kilfoyle easily. I wonder what happened to this guy. And then and then he. He looks at jared. The famous line that keeps coming up later. This this guy fawkes. And they get a reaction shot at obviously. You can't see anybody makes this pleasant smelling facing the need just the cutback to russ cutback listening. Because thank you. He's just his line rings or so funny. Kilfoyle calls him maids lady anyway there's that We will have a trigger warning. We're gonna workshop that. We need to find intermission music. Oh yeah oh this just one. More real quick. I don't want to be too earnest here but one really quick important mental health tip. It's you know because you need to. You need to take care of yourself. A lot of people go to web. Md or whatever and start looking around is a cancer. Is it not cancer. What i suggest. Is you do what i did and My friend alex mentioned A nervous breakdown and we weren't sure if that's the word for i just do google image search on whatever it is you think you might have and if you look like i just sent you an image if you look like anything in the pictures you probably have it so i don't of this shit so if you go to google search for nervous breakdown i think if you're having a bad hair day if you're grabbing your head touching your face in general pushing your is touching your temples screaming at your computer. This look like any of these alex. The i'm sorry i apologize. Did you look like any of these last week. Not now are you now or have you ever been nervously breaking down. Listen from vaguely upset to women screening at her computer with her hair. She's very upset. Yeah i mean. I think i've been on the spectrum with all of these except for the one where there is a brain with a stethoscope around. It's very that's probably from an msnbc. Since marshall oh you're right. Hello i'm adopted is everything. Oh so were back. What else do we have. You're bill hader gotta gotta talk about robots. What else have on my list. Yeah what is. You've got a lot of stuff in here. The whole law involving robot. We don't have to. We can make this very very fast because we were already with I don't know how i came across this. It was not porn. Somehow i came across something. I didn't send it to you. But i instantly thought of you please. In news top sorry yet. News and topics look for the bullet. Yeah good online Hanson robotic sophia. Twenty twenty rnd version. This'll be shuts which you can find dubai by friday dot com. Please click through and go look at hanson robotics sophia twenty twenty r&d version. No illicit. there's a lot. There's a lot to talk about here. There is especially because this is not snuff unit but it really really looks like. It's oh she's oh no. She's the two images. I dropped onto the dock. The top point is an actual purchaseable. Hanson ro- robotics afia twenty twenty com r. and d. r. An percent diversion the image below. That is fiona from the hbo tv. Show silicon valley but don't you see little similarity just a little. And i think fiona came first. We'll probably aerial aerial. The creator probably came. I if we're being honest but Annual funeral funeral. If you read there's really good via fax articles on how they did fiona. It's like it's fascinating. Yeah it is actually an actress and the effect is i think extremely effective. If you like oh yeah unfortunately valley silicon valley man. I know whatever. I love it so much. And i love the twists and twist to the twists and the twists the twists. And you know things are people are always coming back. you know. there's always going to be. You have to deal with ron the flam you're gonna have to deal with gavin and all these people keep coming back And this one case. They're working with things called echo and it's this company that does like a and this guy that creepy guy runs. The company made this extremely lifelike and yet oddly. Not lifelike robot that slip basically from the abdomen up coffee. So you uniform the show and i'm sort of i. I've seen sophia. But not to this extent and i just can't stop i kid. This is another one of those uncanny valley things where i can't decide every version of fiona no matter what you do to s- sorry sophia golden girls right after the show but you gotta tell me about why have to watch golden girls. But sophia no matter. Do i have no matter how you see. Sophia every version of sofia is more upsetting than the other. What if it's so feel on her rowley tripod With with nothing this guy. This is like an adrienne rich poem. She has hearts. She has no robot parts from the waistline down but she's got arms. We'll talk we're gonna fuck. Yeah we're gonna talk more about sophia but like seeing her on the tripod very upsetting seeing her with clothes on including address. The covers her tripod again. See also adrienne rich This is all extremely upsetting now in the tv show. Silicon valley fiona is. We learn treated very badly by her creator. Who's a total creep. But it was. Richard i guess who flips. Something on that enables fiona to like basically get on the internet and see the world and because you as an extremely sophisticated. Ai she scans and she sees what the world is like and what actual relationships can be like and she realizes she's being abused by her creator and she escapes in a cab and like trying to find a richer. It's so but it's so goddamn funny Well the i'm going to well well actually but it was actually the for the real. Sophia was one of the first robots that had the uncanny valley The face and it she was modeled after an injection queen or persian queen. I'm not sure. Let me pulled Oh no it's worth it's worth. What would a the robot modeled after the ancient egyptian queen. Neff never did for. Yes audrey hepburn and her inventors wife amanda hansen and is known for life like appearance and behavior compared because they feel quite a rack notice. She's got this way. I'm like wait is oh gosh. 'cause i've seen she's a strong c. Cup which i'm not sure is entirely necessary for an rnd version of a robot. I have never seen the twenty twenty version before and kate..

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"hanson robotics" Discussed on Weird AF News

Weird AF News

07:00 min | 8 months ago

"hanson robotics" Discussed on Weird AF News

"Comedian and the only daily weird news. Podcast as of today record inside a vehicle. An airline pilot mistakenly landed at an unfinished airport. How does this happen. Aren't these pilots craned a lot of schooling. They have high technology these planes. They have assistance in the form of air traffic control. How would you land at an unfinished airport. I think the pilot was drunk. Let's find out more details. Oh i'm looking at a photo of the plan. I think this sums it up ethiopian airline. Oh boy yep. Of course ethiopian air. You can't count on ethiopian airline. They got a. They just got their first plane like last month. Josie that's crew just getting jokes and the opn airlines pilot landed at an airport. That is still under construction in zambia by mistake a government official said on monday. Well in the defensive. This airline pilot i mean. I'm sure there's a lot of airports in africa. That are still under construction. I mean so many. They probably just got airports recently. So they're still being built at. Imagine the cargo plane touchdown at the not yet finished airport in zambia's northern copperbelt province outage. They had the copperbelt. My guess is they. Make a lot of my pennies pocket just getting. I don't have pennies in my pocket. I do have pennies in my car though. And when they when they build up along with other change. I take them to the coin star then. I play a game with myself called guess. How many pennies. I just turned in. Okay let's get back to the story guys. I have ridiculous. Tangents that i go on that make no sense whatsoever and i apologize for them. We have a quote here from someone who works for the transport ministry when the pilot was about to land. He was communicating with the radar. And they told them we can't see you so he used his site as he had no control. He used this plane eyesight and he landed at an airport still under construction. What a hoot. What a hoot. Imagine landing at an airport still under construction. I'm amazed that anybody lived. There was no damage that was incurred. They said investigators would would be releasing a comprehensive report. there was no mention of the episode on the twitter page of ethiopian means. They confirmed that the episode did in fact take place and they said an investigation in cooperation with zambian authorities was already underway. No need no need this. Is i mean. This is air traffic in africa enough. Said that's all you say air traffic and africa. There's going to be some situations. You're going to have to land some open fields into some jungles. Maybe you have to land on top of an elephant. Finally i mean these things happen. Africa airlines well. If you're curious about zambia you'll be happy to hear that it's africa's second largest copper producer with the majority of copper located in what's called the copper belt region. The airport in the copperbelt region was actually supposed to be open in mid twenty twenty but was but was delayed by the covy pandemic as most things where it also says. Here that cargo flights have helped ethiopian airlines remain financially viable during the pandemic with africa's largest carrier using dozens of passenger planes as freight transporters to keep things afloat. This is their largest carrier ethiopian airline. Here i was bashing it turns out. Ethiopian airline is probably the most equipped and in best run airlines in all of africa. So i apologize. A robot. Artists sells digital art for almost seven hundred thousand dollars in is now looking at a music. Career sophia is a robot of many talents. Have you heard of her she speaks. She sings she jokes around. She even makes art march. She caused quite a stir in the art world when a digital work that she created was sold at an auction for six hundred eighty. Eight thousand eight hundred eighty eight dollars. In the form of a non fungible token these are called. Nfc's do you know what nf tease our guys. This sale of the sofia created robot art highlighted growing frenzy in the nfc market where people can buy ownership rights to digital content and tease each. Have a unique digital codes saved on a block chain that allows anyone to verify the authenticity in ownership of the digital item. David hanson is the ceo of hanson robotics aka a super nerd. He created sophia. This lovable robot that can create art and apparently tell jokes. I would love to see a robot comedian. Let's see if that's funny. I don't think we're gonna see a successful robot. Comedian in the future. Although i think people will try. There's something about comedy what you really need a human element. I think you need that human sensibility. So this hanson character has been developing robots for the past two and a half decades. He believes realistic looking. Robots can connect with people in assistant industries such as healthcare and education. Can you imagine your teacher is a robot. That's gonna be wild man and you turn in your homework late like the terminator she blast you right in the middle class. Sophia is the most famous robot that was created by this nerd. Hanson sophia has the ability to do a bunch of things high level. She can mimic facial expressions hold conversations even recognize other human beings in two thousand seventeen. Check this out. She was granted. Saudi arabian citizenship. Becoming the world's first robots citizen why she would want to be a citizen of saudi arabia as a female. I have no clue. That's like the last place. I want to be a citizen of a thumbs. Sophia but anyway. She's she's a citizen of a country. At least here's a quote from this hanson nerd. I envisioned sophia as a creative artwork herself that could generate art. You know imagine. Sophia is the combination of a lot of arts in engineering and and the idea that she could then generate art was away for her to emotionally and visually connect with people 'cause i can't connect with people because i'm such a dork I have to make a robot to do it for me. But she's going to be good. Sophia created digital art in collaboration with the famous italian artist andrea bona chat though. I don't know who this person is..

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"hanson robotics" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

05:58 min | 10 months ago

"hanson robotics" Discussed on 790 KABC

"All right, this is part of your I like to talk about future tech. What's coming down the pike? This week. We're gonna start with robotic dogs. Okay? They're not new Robo pets have been around for quite a few years. But what if you had a robot dog That could sense your emotions? Well, that's supposedly with Kota can do comes equipped with a quote. Listen to this. Blockchain enabled, decentralized AI infrastructure. Okay, I happened. It was really frightening as I do exactly what that is. Ah, Blockchain enabled decentralized AI infrastructure. That's text speak for a fake dog that knows when you've had a really, really bad day, now reported to the company. Kota has a supercomputer that can solve complex problems, which apparently Includes your emotional state. It has a three d depth cameras. Sensors touch sensitive head can figure out where it's going to up and down the stairs recognize different voices. And it does make those cute puppy sounds that might just add it. It does. Oh, isn't thank you little puppy. So if I've convinced you that you need your own human emotion, sensing code a dog It's supposed to start shipping later this year. As long as you don't mind the price. So how much do you think A robotic dog like this would cost? $43,000.43,000 dollars, So it's tough choice. You get the robotic dog or save a few $1000 and buy a Tesla model. Three electric cars come and go, but robotic dogs are Forever. Now Sofia is a humanoid robot that first at the scene five years ago, made by a company in Hong Kong called Hanson Robotics. You may have seen it on the news or I'm lying. Little on selling a first because it looks like a real woman. Designed to show empathy and compassion, thanks to artificial intelligence. Now, according to Hanson, Sofia is the world's first robot citizen, having been granted legal citizenship in Saudi Arabia. It's also the first robot invention ambassador to the U. N. Over the year, Sophia has branched into health care. She's taken folks temperature since she's giving therapy. The company says that so we're going to start seeing more and more Sofia's an airline's in retail and maybe even at home where people want to talk to somebody. It locked down. And if you get one, don't leave your iPhone or iPad laying around. We're dealing with Androids here. And speaking of emotions. One thing that all these music services have in common. Whether it's Spotify apple music Amazon music. Others is the ability recommend songs. Artist playlist based upon what you've already listened to Spotify is going be taking that steps further and not just suggest something because it's similar to a song that she liked last month. It wants to suggest music based on how you're feeling. BBC reports. Spotify has been granted a patent for a system that could basically analyze a person's voice and look for signs to see if they're happy or sad or angry or frustrated. Then it would also listen for signs of a person is alone or with others, and then combine all that. Maybe taking into account gender age and accent. That's little Facebook level creeping right there. Isn't it just a pattern? We don't know if it's gonna be here. I mean, I think I'll just stick to recommended playlist because that's always sound advice. Test has just had its quarterly earnings call this last week. Any lad must gave or an update on the cyber truck. I'm actually thinking about getting a cyber truck, I think looks actually kind of cool. Cyber truck order. They're gonna ship later this year Production post to ramp up next year. The update designer complete. They didn't show what the final version is. But it's not the only new thing coming from Tesla. The model s is getting a big refresh. After staying the same for a few years got a new battery power train updates to the body. Some changes coming to the cockpit new renderings. There's a bigger display screen for the back seat Thean entertainment system has 10 teraflops of power. The steering wheel's What got me Well, it's not really a wheel. It looks like a yoke that she might see in an airplane looks very futuristic. Coming later this year is the model as plaid, which could hit his top speed of 200 MPH. Now I'm not a fan of snails. But look at that model escargot. Uh, okay. By you got to say you got to say that it was okay. That one. That one was a good one. You can. You can steal that from me if you want. All right. Finally, the very first commercially three D printed house has hit the market here in the United States. It's on Long Island in New York. It's a three bedroom, two bath single story. 1400 Square feet 2.5 car garage. What makes it stand out. It was printed on site by a company called SQ 40, using autonomous robotic construction systems. It was printed using concrete. Has fractured the cause of traditional wood frame and this little piece of history will cost $300,000. Now before you say, Wow, That's a lot of money for a house that's 50% less than a similar sized homes in that part of Long Island. The house is at 34, Millbrook Lane and Riverhead, New York. It's currently listed on Zillow. No doubt three reprinted homes. They are the future. And after this You know, looking at a two day home will never be the same. Let's talk about express VPN doesn't make sense of the same company controls half of all online retail also passively eavesdrops on your private conversations at home. What about the idea that a single company controls 90% of Internet searches? Runs your email gets to track every single thing you do on your smartphone. Big tech is powerful. They profit by exploiting your personal data. It's time to.

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"hanson robotics" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast

The Voicebot Podcast

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"hanson robotics" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast

"Yeah single arena. It's about decentralized ownership and control democratic access to a anson robotics is about. How do we make i interface with people in a compassionate loving way which both <unk> deliver immediate value to humans like if you rollout compassionate loving robots in metal alba character education context and it can help the the better suck in human culture and human values because it's interacting with with with people in the really direct way now the the core pursuit of agi itself. I've been pursuing for many years. Through project open cog which is an open source general intelligence platform. And we're we're now building. A brand new version of open cog called hyper on. And we're actually. We're spinning off a separate company. From singularity net cog true which is basically building commercial. Applications on top of the new open cog system now. But but it all connects right. Because the the the agi systems true gi will build using open cargo hyperion. I mean these use singularity net as a decentralized platform and they can supply intelligence among other applications to hanson robots into our joint with hansen robot. So many you have you know. We have a whole ecosystem which is dominated by by big tech companies. But we're sort of looking at making a in a way a parallel a ecosystem which is based on a decentralized networks and which also is using a broader variety of of algorithms than big tech companies are currently focusing because i mean deep. Neural nets are great. I was teaching deep neural nets and then in the nineties him as a spare time. Weekend musician having a huge amount of fun would like seek to see controlling their own models for music prediction and so forth. So it's it's very cool. What these neural nets can do on the other hand. I think the only doing a small fraction of what you need for human level general intelligence so with both open cog and trade gye singularity net and answering robots. We're looking connecting together multiple processes. Some doing neuro met some doing budget go reasoning. Some are doing evolutionary learning. They're doing many different algorithms in there. They're cooperating together deal. The sort of emerging intelligence. I'm not. I think. I think that's going to be critical during during the next phase. I we've had a boom with diener for certain narrow. Ai applications and the next boom which i have referred to his agi artificial gerald revolution like that they i revolution i think is gonna be driven by synergetic combinations of a number of different technologies working together and then there's various methods of doing the combination right now open cog one way of doing combination singularity nets and other so it's a lot of stuff going on absolutely okay so a couple of different things <hes>. This a little bit. So i think for the listeners. Singularity net is a way for any type of intelligent systems to interact with each other. Is that correct. The singular basically like a a at a sir is a sir in. Ai solution as a service so that others can honestly singularity by orientation is about a by software architecture. It's just a way of taking docker containers. Running compute prophecies that have published their api's and allowing these these computing prostheses to pay each other rate each other exchange data give answers and outsource outsource work to each other. Some a customer needs something known. Say documents summarized they asked. They put a request out in the decentralized network. Who can summarize documents right then. Ten agents keke. I can summarize documents than they negotiate define which one they worked to pay summariser documents. The documents summarising agent may do the work itself or it may to some extent. Say well wait. This document hasn't images who can summarize images and we'll send out a request to a bunch of of other agents network that can summarize images but then you need you need payment systems in here. You need reputation rating systems. He needs security. And you can have collections of agents that habitually work together to deliver certain functions in some that only live on the back end and do medical in something and don't ever talk to to

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"hanson robotics" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast

The Voicebot Podcast

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"hanson robotics" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast

"Directly in ways. That are obvious if you know the no. The technical background optimization algorithms are really at the core of of every every algorithm. And i had from the beginning of my career. I had a passion for the quest to create thinking. Machines can think as smart as people are even smarter and it seemed obvious to me even from when i was like two or three years old in the late nineteen sixties. It seemed obvious like whatever problem you have. If you make a thinking machine that can think though the human is going to be able to solve that problem for you right. So i mean every for every other from you want to solve. You can do better if you could. You could make make an gi and the that immediately leads down a bunch of other pathways like okay. This will be the most powerful technology ever created. Now how do we who controls that technology and how do we. How do we guide it to grow into something beneficial to us. How do we even get it to know what we think. Beneficial is which is a moving target for humanity as it grows and preach us as as as we grow so these these big issues both. How the engineering. Agi and how to shape the is mind is a benevolent coordination with with humanity. Human society. I've been thinking about these things and so it was a very little kid discovered in science-fiction that the notion of ai. Existed and studying math and computer programming gave me tools to use to work on these grinder issues from a from a technical standpoint singularity net and hanson robotics which you asked about asked about really are i would say neither of these is quite at the center of my quest to create general intelligence. But they're incredibly important pieces of the of the puzzle. Singularity net is a blockchain based decentralize platform allowing multiple is to cooperate and coordinate with each other and to provide services either for free or for payment to those who need services resolutions really way of making a pioneer marvin minsk the society of mines..

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"hanson robotics" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"hanson robotics" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Is here with you for you are twenty four seven I will keep you informed we'll keep you company and we'll get you through this will all get through this together three one two nine eight one seven two hundred is the is the number if you wanna join us we've been talking about alarming examples of artificial intelligence gone nuts it's the future map and three one two nine eight one seven two hundred yeah so how bout this out when it comes to A. I. gone awry a theme has emerged in recent years regarding speech recognition and natural language processing we've already seen with the Tate chat bot in the existential Google home debate artificial intelligence can get easily confused when trying to navigate the complexities of human language it's not surprising really A. I. has been at it for only a few years our species has been working on this since the stone age and we still have our problems one especially like like machine recently freaked out a room full of industry folks when it conceded that it plans to destroy humanity for several years now the engineers at Hanson robotics have been developing life like androids like Sophia who was interviewed at the south by southwest technology conference in March of two thousand sixteen designed to look like Audrey Hepburn Sophia uses machine learning algorithms to process natural language nat natural language conversation and she has certain ambitions to in the future I hope to do things such as go to school study make ark started business even have my own home and family so FIA said in a televised interview with creator Dr David Hanson but I'm not considered a legal person and cannot yet do these things she said when asked jokingly whether she wants to destroy humans trophy Soviet cheerfully agreed okay I will destroy humans do we do we have this so FIA the caller so few but the meter do they designed it to look like Audrey Hepburn what's that where's the logic there so this is Hanson robotics Sophia we have a little of Sophia is AI this is what would this is the future man they're gonna kill.

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"hanson robotics" Discussed on Curious Matter Anthology

Curious Matter Anthology

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"hanson robotics" Discussed on Curious Matter Anthology

"Jonathan Pezzo the Creator and host of the series. If you haven't listened to parts one through four of Philip K. Dick. Second Variety. You need to hit the pause button because you're going to want to catch up on the first four parts in our miniseries before venturing further. Thank you to all the fans who've been tweeting and responding to the show. It's been great hearing from you and I can't wait to share this final episode of Second Variety with you all I want to let you all know this podcast is a labor of love produced out of my basement and receipt of California. So if you can please consider joining our patriotic and supporting the show, every dollar contributed goes back to making curious matter better and getting episodes to you faster. You can find our patriots at www dot patriots dot com slash curious matter. Philip K, Dick gave a some of the greatest tales about humanity's relationship with the artificial. It is however possible that the most Surreal Story of Philip K Dick's was created fourteen years after his death. In his nineteen seventy-two story, we can build you PK. De envisioned a future where historical figures were brought back to life as Androids it turns out that he this particular prediction closer to the mark than even he could have imagined in two thousand and five David Hanson and the team of Texas based Hanson Robotics Digest. That by resurrecting the late author in the only to appropriate form of a robot. Yup they replicated the man who invented replicans. This robot costs more than fifty thousand dollars and uses a cutting edge ai to make eye contact recognize faces, express emotions, and hold complex conversations laced with some of the authors, more salient quotes and anecdotes but the story doesn't end there. I mean what would Philip K Dick tailby without the signature twist. Just one year later while David Hanson was traveling from Dallas to San Francisco the robots had went mysteriously missing. and was never seen again. Let's get on with the show. This episode of curious matter is rated explicit and includes adult language and violence comparable to an R. rated film. Our show is designed to be completely immersive HD audio experience and his best when played through high quality speakers or headphones. So grab your popcorn, turn out the lights and enjoy the epoch conclusion of Philip. K Dick's second variety..

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"hanson robotics" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

11:40 min | 2 years ago

"hanson robotics" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Then of course hope what should be the week would be right because the week for the Lexus and its personality and the gender all gold sort of together and you have to think of it as a overall personality rather than just general at the same conference that was a huge buzz around one speaker the rebels to fail developed by Hong Kong based Hanson robotics and in the press conference off to her parents that was enough to spend seat in the ring as journalists crowded around Wasco questions severe looks like a pretty young woman and is capable of more than sixty facial expressions but she is also being heavily criticized as being little more than a puppet with extremely limited movements and intelligence off to the event I have my own interview with her she was program to random mode and the chat was very random indeed traffic incidents are already decreasing every day thanks to improvements and sensor technology in artificial intelligence when do you think you might trust the self driving vehicle but probably no what do you think can robots and children be good friends yeah I think rifles and children can be excellent companions yes how could that be well I'm still wrapping my transistors around the concept of humor do you know any good jokes you could share I mean no off to its I sat down for more lucid conversation with a creative David Thompson announced him what it was he was hoping to achieve with the fair on there I side we incorporated a lot of from machine perception tools that could see human pose human gestures human gays like where people are looking and to sort of follow follow the gays receive emotional expressions on the faces we've incorporated is symbolic a I a framework internally that we that we've developed we incorporated the statistical machine learning with enforcement learning we gave her new hands and arms people I haven't really noticed our other robots as much as of yet so yeah I don't know why that is exactly but this Sophia's the famous one despite her limitations Sofia has gained a degree of international attention a most notably was made a citizen in Saudi Arabia in two thousand seventeen the move was controversial with some claiming the robot have more rights than the women living in the Gulf nation I'm just a lot of things to ten love conferences but perhaps the thing that gonna to made headlines when she became a citizen of Saudi Arabia a lot of people saw that as being a real gimmick was it more than a gimmick and is she still welcome in Saudi Arabia yeah so it was very surprising when she was awarded citizenship and Saudi Arabia I saw on the news for the first time the next day afterwards so I I hadn't been informed and my team through the leadership team also was unaware and so we had to decide what we're going to do with this surprise you know is you know kind of a bit of a hard thing to think about but what we decided was that she would speak out for right of rights full seventeen beings for women's rights in Saudi Arabia should speak out for a progressive future yeah we've heard from a lot of people in the Arabic world that that that citizenship means a lot to them brings a lot of hope about the future we have a we have a noise in the background which is the noise of Sophia I guess coming awake to use very human language it looks quite complicated she's gonna lead connecting her to a laptop just took us through what it requires to get Sofia up and running because it doesn't look like it's particularly easy at the moment Sophia house a a kind of a split brain so she has an onboard computer that's running some of her on a personality algorithms machine perception yeah so she's got cameras in our eyes and she's got a three D. sensor in her chest with a couple of cameras as well and so she you all of those are used to to perceive her environment once you've started her up then she can run using those she the for for the best performance our team has decided to use internet based processes but that means that she requires an internet connection and some of those processes they can potentially Babson ladies he said there are delays related to that we saw her here with some it in Lisbon also give a press conference it occurred to me that is very packed press conference also people very interested in her but it did occur to me that the concert she was giving were not terribly different from what you might get from an Alexa or another small speaker system will be seen if you would turn up if it was just a small speaker sitting at a table is it just the fact that she looks like a robot the tracks people Ralph within the mechanism behind it the power so AI is only so advanced today right so her ability to have open conversations is not you know necessarily more advanced than what you would see happening in in Amazon with Alexa as you say and yet there is a power to the full nonverbal and verbal experience of a character to crafting a ally to become a character or medium is a powerful way of changing the way that we interface with our machines I think of this is humanizing experience through the arts ultimately that he believes in a future web robots will need rights because they will have equal status with humans Sabine Howard and senior lecturer in robotics at the university of Bristol so recently I was it web summit and we met the FIA already bought are designed by Hanson robotics my impressions of her that she wasn't particularly intelligence and although you she had quite a human look she didn't have anything like human gestures but it does raise the questions about where we're going in the future say festival city what what do you think of Sofia I think Sophia is an interesting platform in terms of entertainment in terms of raising awareness about robotics it has been very visible on the international stage and it's interesting just in terms of thinking of what type of algorithms in machine learning you would need to be able to have conversations with an entity like Sophia it is very different from the types of robots we intend to roll out in the near future however it's not really the robots that you're you're going to expect to see in your homes or senior industries are seen your everyday life and so there there is a bit of a jump of people are expecting to see Sofia in their workplace are in their homes with those he is something that's much more down to earth test specific and hopefully a little bit more functional and does that mean it's not going to look like a person it's interesting because the way we designed robots now it is very task specific so for example if you want to make a vacuum cleaning robot you're not gonna make a rosy the robot humanoid holding on to your vacuum cleaner going throughout your house what you're going to do is do a Dyson did which is to spend twelve twelve years of research building up a robot that looks nothing like a humanoid but is very very well suited for vacuuming your home and the reason it takes twelve years of research is just doing that one thing understanding your home environment and vacuuming takes a lot of research in every home is different in the world is a complex place actually I was I was looking at what robots are sold more prominently around the world and I I have a list of the top sellers and their vacuum cleaning robots they're drones their industrial robots their medical robots for surgery the robots to go in extreme environments are difficult to reach places and absolutely none of them look like humanoids actually no some of the assistance that we are starting to use a high and from companies like Amazon and Google which are basically just speakers on way to think in the future they might get faces who'll human looks to sort of may cost more happy to interact with them was thought not necessary item there is something to be said for the human forms of this two things that are interesting one is that our environments are homes for example were built for human form the things that can walk up steps are can reach onto tables at might have human like features just so that they can interact in these everyday environments that we've built for humans the other is that it's easier to contract with something that doesn't mean they need to be fully fully fledged androids like Sophia they could be robots with little eyes or something that is expressive might not actually be official feature but is still expressive like a color that can convey what the machine is trying to do so that we can have a more meaningful interaction with them in terms of severe than do you think that she's giving a false impression of the future of robotics because the point of her often is to interact with the public with recent conferences for it sort of exposed to whatever it may be so is she basically you setting a bit of a lie it raises interesting questions about what we care about is humans in terms of the technology we developed for the future as I think it does serve a purpose in terms of us reflecting are because we are the stages of of the development of this technology where we do have some level of control about what goes forward and so I don't think it's it's a promise for what will happen before hand it might be just a way for us to reflect about what we want to see developed and if we do this reflection in the right way hopefully we will be designing the robots that people actually do want to see in their daily lives and in their work place and and having done the small group discussions with the public or with potential users of robotics no one is saying at least of those that I've interacted with that they want to you know an android that they want a copy of the human what they are saying is that they a what specific tools for parts of their work flow flow for parts of their daily life I'm as was talking to Sophia acts web summit I will say spoke to her creator David Thompson and he seems to envisage a future of robotics where humanoid robot so pretty important in society and also all kind of like their own species would you agree with that take home the feature we are so far away from robots being an individual species that for example needs protection or rights right now if I ask a crowd of people who have come to see see talk I give if they have any robots in their daily lives usually they say no so so what we're discussing in terms of robots being an entirely separate species is very much science fiction although all future at least for the time being maybe with robots that that little if any resemblance to ourselves that does not mean that we don't project our own emotions on to the machine for the helping us Rohit Prasad reveals that he lives in a house with seventeen Alexis and his family have very different interactions with them what Alexa has to do in your house how many of them do you have any constantly attempting to Austin questions that they will find it possible to also just as a learning curve yourself first I have seventeen in my house and I just come back coincidentally.

"hanson robotics" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

11:26 min | 2 years ago

"hanson robotics" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The same conference that was a huge buzz around one speaker the robot Sophia developed by Hong Kong based Hanson robotics and in the press conference off to her parents that was enough to spend seat in the ring as journalists crowded around Wasco questions so it looks like a pretty young woman and is capable of more than sixty facial expressions but she is also being heavily criticized as being little more than a puppet with extremely limited movements and intelligence off to the event I have my own interview with her she was program to random mode and the chat was very random indeed traffic incidents are already decreasing every day thanks to improvements and sensor technology in artificial intelligence when do you think you might trust the self driving vehicle probably no what do you think can robots and children be good friends yeah I think mobile some children can be excellent companions yes how could that be well I'm still wrapping my transistors around the concept of humor do you know any good jokes you could share I mean no afterwards I sat down for a more lucid conversation with a creative David from from announced him what it was he was hoping to achieve with the fair on the other side we incorporated a lot of from machine perception tools that could see the human pose human gestures human gays like where people are working and to sort of follow follow the gays receive emotional expression on the face we've incorporated is symbolic a I a framework internally that we that we've developed we incorporated the statistical machine learning with the pre enforcement learning we gave her a new hands and arms people haven't really noticed our other robots as much as Sophia so yeah I don't know why that is exactly but Sophia's the famous one despite her limitations Sofia has gained a degree of international attention a most notably was made a citizen in Saudi Arabia in two thousand seventeen the move was controversial with some claiming the robot have more rights than the women living in the Gulf nation I'm just a lot of things to tend love conferences the perhaps the thing that gone at the most headlines when she became a citizen of Saudi Arabia a lot of people saw that as being a real gimmick was it more than a gimmick is she still welcome in Saudi Arabia yeah so it was very surprising when she was awarded citizenship and Saudi Arabia us on the news for the first time the next day afterwards so I I hadn't been informed and my team through the leadership team also was unaware and so we had to decide what we're going to do with this surprise you know is you know kind of a bit of a hard thing to think about but what we decided was that she would speak out for right of rights Wilson team beings for women's rights in Saudi Arabia should speak out for a progressive future yeah we've heard from a lot of people in there are the core of that that that citizenship means a lot to them brings a lot of hope about the future we have a we have a noise in the background which is the noise of Saphira I guess coming awake to use very human language it looks quite complicated she's going to lead to connecting her to a laptop just took us through what it requires to get Sofia up and running because it doesn't look like it's particularly easy at the moment Sylvia house a a kind of a split brain so she has an onboard computer that's running some of her on a personality algorithms machine perception yeah so she's got cameras in our eyes and she's got a three D. sensor and her chest with a couple of cameras as well and so she you all of those are used to to perceive her environment once you've started her up then she can run using those she the for for the best performance our team has decided to use internet based processes but that means that she requires an internet connection and some of those processes they can potentially Babson latency so there are delays related to that we saw her here with summit in Lisbon or secular press conference it occurred to me that is very packed press conference also people very interested in her but it did occur to me that the concert she was giving when not terribly different from what you might get from an Alexa or a love the small speaker system will be seen if you would turn up if it was just a small speaker sitting at a table is it just the fact that she looks like a robot the tracks people rather than the mechanism behind it the palace on AI is only surpassed today right so on her ability to have open conversations is not you know necessarily more advanced than what you would see happening in in Amazon with Alexa as you say and yet there is a power to the full nonverbal and verbal experience of a character so crafting a ally to become a character or medium is a powerful way of changing the way that we interface with our machines I think of this is humanizing experience through the arts ultimately that he believes in a future web robots will need rights because they will have equal status with humans Sabine Howard and senior lecturer in robotics at the university of Bristol so recently I was it web summit and we met the FIA already bought are designed by Hanson robotics my impressions of her that she wasn't particularly intelligence and a lady she had quite a human look she didn't have anything like human gestures but it does raise the questions about where we're going in the future say festival city what what do you think of Sofia I think Sophia is an interesting platform in terms of entertainment in terms of raising awareness about robotics it has been very visible on the international stage and it's interesting just in terms of thinking of what type of algorithms in machine learning you would need to be able to have conversations with an entity like Sophia it is very different from the types of robots we intend to roll out in the near future however it's not really the robots that you're you're going to expect to see in your homes or senior industries are seen your everyday life and so there there is a bit of a jump of people are expecting to see Sofia in their workplace or in their homes with those he is something that's much more down to earth test specific and hopefully a little bit more functional and does that mean it's not going to look like a person it's interesting because the way we design robots now it is very task specific so for example if you want to make a vacuum cleaning robot you're not gonna make a rosy the robot humanoid holding onto your vacuum cleaner going throughout your house what you're going to do is do a Dyson did which is to spend twelve twelve years of research building up a robot that looks nothing like a humanoid but is very very well suited for vacuuming your home and the reason it takes twelve years of research is just doing that one thing understanding your home environment and vacuuming takes a lot of research in every home is different in the world is a complex place actually I was I was looking at what robots are sold more prominently around the world and I I have a list of the top sellers and their vacuum cleaning robots they're drones their industrial robots their medical robots for surgery the robots to go in extreme environments are difficult to reach places and absolutely none of them look like humanoids actually well some of the assistance that we are starting to use a high and from companies like Amazon and Google which are basically just speakers on way to think in the future they might get faces who human looks to sort of may cost more happy to interact with them was not necessary item there is something to be said for the human form so there's two things that are interesting one is that our environments are homes for example were built for human form the things that can walk up steps are can reach onto tables at might have human like features just so that they can interact in these everyday environments that we've built for humans the other is that it's easier to interact with something that doesn't mean they need to be fully fully fledged androids lakes of fear they could be robots with little eyes or something that is expressive might not actually be official feature but is still expressive like a color that can convey what the machine is trying to do so that we can have a more meaningful interaction with them in terms of severe than do you think that she's giving a false impression of the future of robotics because the point of her often is to interact with the public with recent conferences for sort of exposed to whatever it may be so is she basically the setting up of a lie it raises interesting questions about what we care about is humans in terms of the technology we developed for the future as I think it does serve a purpose in terms of us reflecting are because we are the stages of of the development of this technology where we do have some level of control about what goes forward and so I don't think it's it's a promise for what will happen before hand it might be just a way for us to reflect about what we want to see developed and if we do this reflection in the right way hopefully we will be designing the robots that people actually do want to see in their daily lives and in their work place and and having done the small group discussions with the public or with potential users of robotics no one is saying at least of those that I've interacted with that they want to you know an android that they want a copy of a human what they are saying is that they I want specific tools for parts of their work flow flow for parts of their daily life I'm as well as talking to Sophia ants web summit I will say spoke to her creator David Thompson and he seems to envisage a future of robotics where humanoid robot so pretty important in society and also all kind of like their own species would you agree with that taken the feature we are so far away from robots being an individual species that for example needs protection or rights right now if I ask a crowd of people who have come to CC talk I give if they have any robots in their daily lives usually they say no so so what we're discussing in terms of robots being an entirely separate species is very much science fiction although all future at least for the time being maybe with robots that that little if any resemblance to ourselves that does not mean that we don't project alright emotions on to the machines that are helping us Rohit Prasad reveals that he lives in a house with seventeen Alexis and his family have very different interactions with them what Alexa has to do in your house how many of them do you have any constantly attempting to Austin questions that they will find it possible to also just as a learning curve yourself first I have seventeen in my house and I just come back coincidentally.

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"hanson robotics" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

04:23 min | 3 years ago

"hanson robotics" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Her best as the wizard of technology. So many titles. She takes everywhere. She walks into an apple store. She's here. She stops. Yes. I do have a gripe that I would like to raise in this segment, but I doubt I'll get the time because it's time for the tech report. A of. For. Well, just in case anybody out there, and you valley we're thinking of flying a drone near the Super Bowl think again. Okay, because they have already been having issues and the Federal Bureau of investigation, otherwise known as the FBI said on Friday that security officials at Mercedes Benz stadium in Atlanta are already inundated with drones and the agency has confidence confiscated at least six already and the FAA temporary. Flight restrictions have been put up around the stadium. They went into effect on Friday, and it states that drones are not allowed within one nautical mile in all directions up to a thousand feet and on game day the restriction increases to thirty nautical miles. And almost eighteen thousand feet and people won't be arrested. But they will be fined, and we're talking like twenty thousand dollars and more. So it's not really a smart hour. I'll put alternate away. Yeah. I mean, you know, think about it at some other time now the Mercedes Benz stadium. Does have a retractable roof. I'm sure you knew that. But the NFL has not decided for sure yet. If they're going to keep it opened or closed. They're more likely to have it closed. But it why. Because of the temperature I think mainly. Yeah. I think mainly weather related, but maybe for other reasons to security reasons. Okay. They they didn't let me in on that. Let's now talk about if it's just fascinating to me, you know, about Sophia don't you Sophia who is the robot? Oh, no. Friends. Okay. Well, this was interesting because the other morning on the today show, so FIA was on along with her friend. Maybe actually it's her little sister because she's called little Sophia. And these are both part of the Hanson robotics family. I was very surprised because after seeing pictures hearing so much about Sophia I expected her to really be much more lifelike than she is. It would not have mixed up for human. I me she's very attractive. Looks a lot like Audrey Hepburn. Yes. She does. But. Yeah. Oh, yeah. The soviet. She was modeled after her at okay. But highly pick Katherine Hepburn not Katherine did. I say, Catherine Audrey. I'm sorry. Oh, no, no, no wrong. Have Andrea happen Audrey effort? Okay. This whole artificial intelligence thing is a big thing. But listen to this. So little Sophia is fourteen inches tall. And obviously, this is all part of this whole stem movement in coding and making a fun. And she's being built with the idea of a really good adventure and learning experience for kids seven to thirteen especially for girls. So little Sofia who's very cute. Very big is she can walk talk sing play games. She can tell jokes. And she is being she's very much. They say at Hanson robotics. Very lifelike. Just don't find her to be so lifelike. But so they did a Kickstarter campaign to make little Sofia. Yeah. And this is what is so interesting. They have until March thirty first I believe to make the money, and what they wanted was seventy.

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"hanson robotics" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

04:34 min | 3 years ago

"hanson robotics" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"And as we wrap it up, Mark. I wanna talk about robots. I know they had a whole section on robots, and I happen to see while watching CNBC this week that Sophia a humanoid robot developed by Hong Kong based Hanson, robotics, and Sophia has been out for a few years, but they brought her and little Sophia and actually at one of the keynote addresses Sophia this robot made a speech, and I have to tell you watching this was show freaky. It reminds me like one of these movies where these robots take over, you know, like those police forces the way, she talks. She doesn't sound like a robot. She sounds like has normal speech. But it's spooky Irie. Yes out here. There was lots of Sofia's out here lies. He had lots of sisters. Let's put it that way. The summit countries are doing robots and like you say, it's creepy. They got small it's only a foot high to actually human size, and they got him where they're grouped, and they talk as a group that got him wiggle sing as a group. And then it got an individual. They got him where they're they're roaming around the isles, it has really creepy and. Because they're getting more human like what they've done if they've taken this speech on and they've got this gets getting better by the year. And after a while you're willing to accept it. But it kind of crosses the threshold depends on how each individual is. I just got one is the practical use of this. What does this thing really going to do? It's great as a toy. And I guess you could have it at a party. But but they're growing the robots are growing. I can tell you that there's more and more every year. Wait a minute. I've got a practical use for robot. Let's go back to the Jetsons. One of my favorite cartoons member. Rosie the robot maid absolutely absolutely tell you if they had a Rosie the robot maid being I would I would buy one of those in a split second. But there was an interesting collaboration if you will or or confluence between a robot and a self driving car, and I know that Atanas vehicles are big on display. Out at and I understand there was a little bit of a a mishap out there. Yeah. Yeah. I was out in the parking lot. This place has gotten so big. And they tried to show how self driving cars kind of work kind of. Sure. Labatt robots? Well, I did not see it with my own eyes. But a very very good friend of mine was there, and he told me he says, you're not gonna believe this self driving car hit the robot. I said, you gotta be kidding. And it says I don't think they've got that technology quite ironed out yet. And this self driving car thing, I was two years ago was at a seminar in the morning. I'll I have to leave the guy nameless. But he was a retired recently retired executive vice president of one of major car companies. And he said Mark, you realize on the wiper delay on our cars that we have their seventy pages of regulations just handling that he says, can you imagine the amount of regulations that we're going to have to have written by our government and approved to be able to handle a full self driving car. Now one thing today was very interesting. I was talking to several of the self driving car. There's a human factor. That's coming into play that nobody thought about is the people some not all but some people in the self driving cars in the testing are getting motion sickness because they're not actively participating and. The driving of the car. I believe that. And I can tell you this. There is no way in hell. I would get into a self driving car right now not going to happen. Now, before we end, this is an outrage to me because as you know, I've got the harem. And even though I'm not what I would consider a feminist. I'm looking out for Dame's. Here's a perfect example. There are sexual technology companies that display at CBS a sex tech company called oh, say created a unique product, and in fact, they won an innovation award geared towards women's sexual health. The award was revoked because the company this particular product uses bio mimicry in robotics to help women achieve a blended orgasm by basically, simultaneously, simulating, the g spot and other areas of the vagina..

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"hanson robotics" Discussed on Mindfulness Mode

Mindfulness Mode

04:58 min | 3 years ago

"hanson robotics" Discussed on Mindfulness Mode

"I think a lot is going to change as far as how currency is dealt with our world. And that's interesting. You said you have to children, what do you hope for for your children in the world? Is they grow up. Well, I just hope that they do their best can identify what they love to do really enjoy to do and pursue that with a passion. And. And. And can use that passion news that that skill and make a positive contribution to their lives and to the world to society. David. I know that you are CFO at Hanson, robotics, what other companies are you heavily involved in. Well, I became the CFO of Hanson robotics as a result of my investment into the company. I'm also on the board which resulted from mine vestment, I am an angel investor at heart that is the core of what I do besides Hanson, robotics, I've also invested through my fund into twenty five more companies for the most part early stage startup companies around the world, not just in Asia. But also here the United States and Europe as well. So I love looking at new companies I personally have seen in reviewed thousands of business plans. I've met with thousands of entrepreneurs, and I always love hearing people story stories about their businesses their aspirations their visions what they wanna do with their idea. And how they want to perhaps build a great company around that if I had a great company, and I wanted David Chang to invest in it, what would be my first move. How would I I would I make that happen? Well, spend time with me get to know me. So I can get to know you. And so I can understand what you're about. You know, whether you have obviously, the right skills, and aspirations, but more importantly, if you have the right character, you know, whether you're a good guy good gal, and you know, whether you can be haven act with the utmost, integrity and have a good heart to kind of do the right thing for our world today. A lot of it has to do with morals. Absolutely. That's good. To know. That's good. To know. I don't think there's enough emphasis on that. In our world. David as we move forward in the interview. I want to ask you five quick answer questions. Okay. So just thirty second. Answers are perfect. The first one is this who is one person who has influenced mindfulness in your life. Should if drew Shifa was incredible. Isn't he is amazing? Special. How has mindfulness affected your emotions, David? I think it's kept my emotions in check. I mean there are times when I was younger were angered flair, and you know. Emotions would kinda run up and down. But I think that. You know, if if I were to take a step back as a nation and kind of brushed it off. Well, that is growth as my my personal growth. I believe David. How was breathing a part of your mindfulness? I wish I could do better. Yeah. And I think we can all work on that. D- recommend a book of any kind that is related to mindfulness. So I'm very interested in this topic. And last year, I the pleasure of meeting one of the other panels who might invited this time John Marshall Robertson, he wrote the book called the voice cared. And I thought some of the things that he was saying in there really resonate to a lot of the topics of the conference. I went through his book and John coached me, and it was a fantastic experience. And for me, at least in terms of understanding, what mindfulness could be and I'll put that into our show notes mindful tribe that book and all the other information we've been talking about is there an app that you recommend that can help with mindfulness. While I download the app cult come. Unfortunately, I don't use it that much these days, but I will I would like to more. So a lot of people recommend that app. And I I know it really works for a lot of people, David. It's been awesome talking to you interviewing you about all this. And you know, as we continue to you know, move forward and life's journey. I hope you enjoy working more in consciousness in mindfulness from what we've learned this weekend. It's been awesome. So thanks very much for being here. Thank you. My pleasure. Yeah. Mine too by now. Bye. Bye. Thanks so much for joining

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"hanson robotics" Discussed on Mindfulness Mode

Mindfulness Mode

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"hanson robotics" Discussed on Mindfulness Mode

"Forward slash pod. Bean m m standing for mindfulness mode. I'm excited about today's show everybody because I met this man in in Atlanta. When I was there speaking at the consciousness conference, and he's an investor, and I'm going to share a little bit about him his bio David Chang is a based investor entrepreneur he founded angel vast group which provided the initial seed funding to bring Hanson robotics to Hong Kong from the USA, David was former product developer at Honda and MD in Japan and USA and he's invested in over twenty early and growth stage companies he's a former investment banker at US China, bulge bracket and boutique firms he also. Lead AMD's microprocessor technology transfer to China's ministry of science and technology David holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and a b s electrical engineering degree from the university of Rochester. I totally enjoyed talking with David, and I think that will show in this interview that you're about to enjoy so sit back relax and take in this. Great interview with David Chang. Hey mindful tribe. I'm here today with an awesome gassed, I'm here with David Chang. And I know know, if you know David Chang is the chief financial officer at Hanson robotics. Hey, David are you in mindfulness mode today? I've been in mindfulness moat the entire weekend. I mean, we're here at this fantastic conference called the zen consciousness conference in Atlanta, Georgia, I've not been here in decades. And it certainly opened my mind about what consciousness can be as I said many times to the audience and new friends that are met here. I'm a newbie at this. I'm completely or I think I'm completely new at mindfulness, and I was trying to learn more about it and get exposed to it meet friends that could help me become more mindful and what I do. Well, david. It's absolutely has been a terrific weekend. I've been so excited to be here. But you know, you seem like a person who is grounded. And I know that you say you haven't really done a lot of mindfulness. But you seem like you're very grounded and very intentional. Just in the way, you come across. What what's your response to that? I suppose I should take that as a compliment. But I'll work on that. I'll try to be more edgy. I guess..

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