A humanoid robot named Sophia claimed at the “AI for Good” event that robots can rule the world better than humans.
A few weeks ago it was held in Geneva a conference focused on advances in robotics and AI called “AI for Good”an event that is held every year in the Swiss city and whose objective is promote a correct use of Artificial Intelligence in society.
Just like on other occasions, various UN spokespersons and experts have approached the conference to learn about the most notable developments in this booming industry and have been stunned to hear how a robot claimed that they can rule the world better than humans.
Sophia is clear that robots would rule the world better than us
During the “AI for Good” event, a humanoid robot named “Sophia” created by Hanson Robotics led a press conference in which He answered all the questions that the journalists present there asked him. The climax of this press conference came when a journalist asked about the ability of robots to rule the worldto which the robot replied with a phrase as clear as it was forceful:
“Humanoid robots have the potential to lead with a higher level of efficiency and effectiveness than human leaders”
But that was not all, since “Sophia” wanted to justify such a statement explaining the reasons behind your reasoning:
“We don’t have the same biases or emotions that can sometimes cloud decision-making, and we can process vast amounts of data quickly to make the best decisions. AI can provide unbiased data, while humans can provide the emotional intelligence and creativity to make the best decisions. Together, we can achieve great things.”
This is not the first time that a robot has made our hair stand on end with its statementssince, recently, Ameca, the most advanced humanoid robot in the world, which became famous for draw a cat in a really curious wayresponded with an ambiguous gesture to the question if he would be able to rebel against his creator.
Be that as it may, these statements by the robots are a bit scary, since they bring to mind futuristic films like “I Robot” or the “Terminator” saga in which robots they begin to question their place in society and realize that they can rule the world.