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United Nations Deputy Secretary-General Amina Mohammed Interacting with Human-Like Robot Sophia

Sophia was constructed a year and half back by American organization Hanson Robotics and is furnished with counterfeit consciousness innovation which enables her to demonstration and talk like a human and also make outward appearances.

The porcelain-skin manufactured insightful robot encapsulates highlights including a thin nose, high cheekbones, an interesting grin, and profoundly expressive eyes that appear to change shading with the light, Hanson Robotics said.

Amina Mohammed interacted with Sophia on Wednesday after delivering an opening speech to the UN’s Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) meeting on the theme: “The Future of Everything – Sustainable Development in the Age of Rapid Technological Change”.

The influence of technology on our society should be determined by actions of humans and not by machines. The United Nations stands ready as a platform for discussions and mutual learning on this topic.

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She told the experts from governments, academia, business and civil society that technology should be managed well to ensure artificial intelligence will be used for good and attain the SDGs.

“If technological progress is not managed well, it risks exacerbating existing inequalities. What will it take to make artificial intelligence a force for good? How can we ensure that no one is left behind in this age of rapid technological change?” she questioned.

“The influence of technology on our society should be determined by actions of humans and not by machines. The United Nations stands ready as a platform for discussions and mutual learning on this topic,” she added.

 

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