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Saturday, October 26, 2019

Sophia Humanoid robot in Dominican Republic ClaroTec 2019

Sophia, humanoid robot. 

The Claro telecommunications company, in the framework of the presentation of what will be  ClaroTec 2019 , its event focused on the technological world, announced that Sophia, the humanoid robot will come to the Dominican Republic  .
The android, which works with artificial intelligence and has been invited to numerous events in the area of ​​technology in various countries, will be part of the attractions of the activity that is scheduled to take place this October 27 at the Port of Sans Souci.
Robot details

Sophia wears black, blinks and shakes her head when she hears the questions. His expressive light eyes and the artificial skin with which he was covered suggest that the speaker is a human, except for the circuits that are visible on the back of his head.
His body of about 30 kilos of weight is built from the waist up and rests on a table from which he replies that humans "are the most creative creatures on the planet, but also the most destructive and cruel."
He maintains that he likes to be surrounded only by "good and kind" people to be able to work "together" for a better future.
The robot, created in Hong Kong in 2015 after 30 years of work by its creator, David Hanson, says he "understands" that humans are concerned and reserve the development of technologies, especially artificial intelligence, but ensures that It is a subject that will not stop.
With the lights of its circuits blinking in its chest and head, the humanoid ensures that there is nothing that envies people.
The robot rose to worldwide fame on October 25, Saudi Arabia  that granted him nationality, the first time in the world that an android gets a passport. It is considered the most developed robot, since it is capable of offering conferences, having a conversation and interacting with its interlocutor

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