In our fastly increasing science and technology we are now all around cover with science gadget and production’s. From our mobile phones to our car’s, every small to big thing almost everywhere and in everything there is hand of science to make it possible.
Previously we also made a humanoid robot named Sophia. Sophia is a social humanoid robot, which is developed by a company named Hanson Robotics, which is a Hong-Kong based company. Sophia was activated on April 19, 2015 and she made her first public appearance in March 2016 in Austin, Texas, United States at Southwest Festival. When ever she is covered with media she makes meaningful statements which are believed by experts to be scripted, this is because she is conceptually similar to the computer program ELIZA. This software has been programmed to give pre-written responses to specific question’s or phrases, just like a chatbox. These responses just make an illusion to meant that the robot is understanding the conversation.


In October 2016, Sophia became a Saudi Arabian citizen, and she became the first ever robot to receive a citizenship of any country. In November 2016, she was named the United Nations Development Programme’s first ever innovation champion, and the first non-human to be given any United Nations title.
David Hanson has said that Sophia would be a good fit to serve in healthcare, customer service, therapy and education. Sophia runs on an AI(Artificial Intelligence) software that is constantly being trained in lad so that her conversation’s likely to get faster. Sophia’s expressions are likely to have fewer errors, and she should answer increasingly complex questions with more accuracy.
That’s it for today i would like to ask you that what do you think what’s next, to whom and how many works can she do and is it a good thing or not, you can tell me your thought’s in the comment section right down there.


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