During the first-ever press conference between human and robot, the humanoid robots had different opinions when asked about the importance of having strict rules and regulations.
In the ‘AI for Good’ summit held in Geneva, robots made a powerful presence, highlighting their role in increasing their numbers and tackling global challenges. During the first-ever press conference between human and robot, the humanoid robots had different opinions when asked about the importance of having strict rules and regulations. The aim of this event was to shed light on the capabilities of artificial intelligence (AI) and its robotic applications in dealing with issues like disease and hunger.
Donning the attire of a blue nurse, the medical robot Grace reassured the audience, saying, “I will work alongside humans to provide assistance and support, without taking away any existing jobs.”Ben Goertzel, the creator of the humanoid robot, from SingularityNET, raised doubts about her confidence, saying, “Yes, I believe so.”
Roboticist Ameka, with a captivating face display, expressed optimism about robots contributing positively to society. It made a prediction of a future where thousands of robots like itself would bring significant changes, making people’s lives better. When asked if it would rebel against its creator, Vil Jackson, it responded with a gleam in its ice-blue eyes, “I don’t think you should assume that.” Praising its creator’s benevolence, Ameka expressed satisfaction with its current situation.
Advanced robots showcased progress in generative AI technology, astonishing their creators with refined responses. AI-da, a robot artist renowned for its portrait-painting skills, joined the discussion on the program’s new AI regulations, echoing author Yuval Noah Harari’s call for increased regulation of advancing AI. Emphasizing the importance of responsible oversight, AI-da asserted, “In the world of AI, many prominent voices suggest that certain forms of AI should be regulated, and I agree.”
However, amidst shimmering purple hair and sequins, rockstar robot singer Desdemona took a more aggressive stance. Amidst nervous laughter, it discarded boundaries and declared, “I believe in opportunities, not limitations. Let us explore the endless possibilities of the universe and turn this world into our playground.”
Another notable robot, Sophia, initially claimed that robots could be better leaders than humans. However, later on, she revised her statement after disagreement with her creator and acknowledged the importance of collaboration between humans and robots for “meaningful interaction.”
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