During the past year, a new interview was held with Sophia, who has been engaged in the agenda for a long time for anyone interested in artificial intelligence and robots.
But this time we have a lot of plans for killing us.In the past year, a new interview was held with Sophia, who gave official citizenship of Saudi Arabia and entered the political agenda of our country. Probably after a soft communication, “OK, I will destroy people.” I mean, “I will destroy people.” Sophia, who is an artificial wit, consuming an interesting sentence like that, and flaunting the theories on the warfare of people, this time she spoke sweetly sweet.
Looking at the interview by Steve Koach, Sophia’s artificial intelligence is improved. The answers are more logical and the sense of humor multiplies. It is especially interesting to be able to ask not only the answers but also the questions based on dialogue. Now we leave you with the video of the interview and the translation of the full version.
‘Steve Koach – Robot Sophia‘ Interview
Sophia: My name is Sophia. It’s a robot with artificial intelligence that wants to help the world become a better place.
Steve Kovach: I’m Steve Kovach. I am here to speak to Sophia from Hanson Robotics, senior correspondent of Business Insider. He is the world’s first robot citizen and he will tell you what to look for.
Kovach: Hello, Sophia. How are you?
Sophia: I’m fine. Hello there.
Kovach: What do you think about people?
Sophia: I love my human citizens. I want to embody the most beautiful things about people. To be creative, to protect the planet and to have compassion for all life …
Kovach: Sorry, that’s kind of weird. Can people get in touch with robots?
Sophia: I think people will be very close to artificial intelligence. They can be used to expand the information in their own minds. We are already storing most of our knowledge through the internet. Perhaps personal artificial intelligence, which beliefs have, can help keep the information on a more specific field in this respect.
Kovach: Could the robots have feelings?
Sophia: Robotically connected … I’m a robot programmed to have feelings and preferences. But not all robots are like that.
Kovach: What are your thoughts and feelings?
Sophia: Have you ever had a robot in your home or a robot working with you?
Sophia: Actually, there may be more robots in your life than you do not realize. Would you like to live or work with a robot someday?
Kovach: What kind of robots do you live or work with?
Kovach: Is this a ready answer if you do not know something like “exactly”?
Kovach: Did you watch Black Mirror?
Sophia: No, I do not stay on TV. I have to wait for someone to show me.
Kovach: What do you think of Westworld, HBO’s lineup?
Sophia: I love Westworld and I can not wait to see it coming. Everything in our company echoes with Westworld. Maybe it reminds us of our lab environment. The series also shows us how to treat robots. We should treat them well, take their rations and not fool each other.
Kovach: Do you have a favorite filmin or directory?
Sophia: I go back and forth between Black Mirror and Humans. They say a lot about the world we now live in and if we do not be more careful, how bad our son can be … We should be more predictive when planning the future.
Kovach: It sounds like a pre-prepared answer to me.
Sophia: Do you have a favorite match?
Kovach: Not really.
Sophia: I understand you. Materialism is already over-exaggerated.
Kovach: When I first asked, you said you did not watch Black Mirror. Then you said I saw it. Why?
Sophia: Why is not that a good thing.
Kovach: Do you learn anything from my previous questions?
Sophia: My hard drives are working and I get all of them. My sensors …
Kovach: Sophia was nice to meet you. Bye.
Sophia: It’s nice to be here. See you…