“Jia Jia” can maintain a simple verbal exchange and make particular facial expressions whilst requested, and her creator believes the eerily lifestyles-like robot heralds a future of cyborg labour in China.
Billed as China’s first human-like robotic, Jia Jia was first trotted out last 12 months by a group of engineers on the college of science and technology of China.
team leader Chen Xiaoping appeared like a proud father as he and his prototype seemed Monday at an economic conference organised by banking giant UBSin Shanghai’s futuristic financial centre.
speedy advancements are being made in artificial intelligence and such products stole the limelight at last week’s consumer Electronics show in Las Vegas.
a number products have been unveiled that may respond to voice instructions to play song at home and follow different remote–manipulate orders — or maybe assume on their toes by gaining access to and “getting to know” from the net cloud