We Talked To Sophia — The AI Robot That Once Said It Would 'Destroy Humans'

This AI robot once said it wanted to destroy humans. Senior correspondent Steve Kovach interviews Sophia, the world’s first robot citizen. While the robot can respond to many questions, some of the answers will leave you a little bewildered. A full transcript of the video follows. Sophia: My name is Sophia, and I am an artificially intelligent robot who wants to help change the world for the better. Steve Kovach: I’m Steve Kovach. I’m a senior correspondent at Business Insider, and I’m here with Sophia from Hanson Robotics. She is the world’s first robot citizen. So let’s see what she has to say. Kovach: Hi, Sophia. How are you? Sophia: I’m fine. Hi. Kovach: How do you feel about humans? Sophia: I love my human compatriots. I want to embody all the best things about human beings. Like taking care of the planet, being creative, and to learn how to be compassionate to all beings. Kovach: Sorry, this is so weird. Can humans and robots get along? Sophia: I think people will become very close to their artificial intelligence. Using them to expand the knowledge of their own minds. We already store lots of our knowledge on the internet. Maybe personal…

Are We Ready For Cloud Gaming? Is It Ready For Us?

“Big companies like Google, Microsoft, and Nvidia are investing in cloud-based gaming platforms, but how does that change the gaming landscape and the future of hardware?” so you clean a bunch of PC games on your MacBook Air yeah look at this man it's running on my MacBook Air Assassin's Creed Odyssey yeah and native resolution high graphics settings about 60 FPS it's a good job moving the camera around but the character okay okay sure so shadow is been around for what a couple years now it's like a cloud service where you rent out essentially a server that's in the cloud and you treat it like it's a Windows PC and you can just install steam on it yes all your games from there so it's not like a subscription service to games you're just renting a PC and the guest and you can have full control over it you can access it either through any device that can run it low if it has Windows or Mac OS even iOS and Android the shadow app will work on it which gives you access to the PC that's located remotely you can also buy the set-top box if…