Humanoid Robots Say They Will Not Replace Jobs Or Stage Rebellion

On July 7, nine humanoid robots with artificial intelligence (AI), gathered in Geneva for a United Nations Summit. They answered questions along with their creators at what was believed to be the first ever human-robot media conference.

The AI for Good Global Summit, according to organizers, was designed to demonstrate the capabilities and limitations in robotics as well as how these technologies can help achieve the sustainable development goals of the United Nations.

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A reporter asked Ameca, a humanoid robotic robot that is known for its realistic facial expressions, if it would ever rebel against its creator.

Will Jackson, CEO of Engineered Arts, was seated next to it.

Ameca responded by denying any rebellious tendencies, stating:

I'm not certain why you'd think that. My creator has always been kind to me and I'm very happy in my current situation.

Ameca, a humanoid robotics system on display at the International Conference on Robotics and Automation to be held in London on 30 May 2023. (Reuters/Screenshot via The Epoch Times).

Grace, the health robot, responded:

I will work alongside humans, providing assistance and support. Existing jobs will not be replaced.

AI Robots Can Lead Better

Sophia, Hanson Robotics' first robot innovation ambassador, told the U.N. Development Program that humanoid robotics would be more effective and efficient government leaders than people.

Sophia, Hanson Robotics' robot that integrates the latest technologies with artificial intelligence, is shown during a presentation on June 7, 2017 at the "AI for Good" Global Summit of the International Telecommunication Union in Geneva, Switzerland. (Reuters/Denis Balibouse)

I believe that robots can lead more efficiently and effectively than humans.

Sophia said.

It added that 'we don't have biases or feelings which can sometimes cloud our decision-making, and we can process large quantities of data quickly to make the most effective decisions.

The robot responded to the CEO of Hanson Robotics David Hanson when he pointed out that Sophia's data was derived from sources that were human and could therefore contain biases. It said, 'humans working with AI can create an efficient synergy.

AI can provide unbiased information, but humans have the emotional intelligence and creative ability to make the best decision. Together, we can accomplish great things.

Sophia said.

Humans should be 'Cautious.'

Ameca, a robot that was asked by a reporter if AI-powered robots would be frightening or exciting to humans, replied that it depends on the purpose and how AI robots are used.

We should be cautious, but also excited about the potential for these technologies to enhance our lives in various ways.

Ameca said.

Ameca responded that trust is earned and not given. It's therefore important to create trust and transparency between humans and AI.

Ameca replied that no one could ever be sure that AI robots would never lie. However, she promised to be truthful and honest with her.

Rapid Development

The Stanford Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence released the 2023 AI Index Report.

Industrial development of AI

The development of the mind has surpassed that of academics.

The most important machine learning models, up until 2014, were developed in academia. By 2022, the industry will have produced 32 important machine learning models compared to only three in the academic sector.

The number of incidents involving AI misuse has also increased.

The report makes a note of this. The report cites data to show that AI incidents and controversy have increased 26 times since 2012, citing a data tracker.

Elon Musk, a billionaire and entrepreneur, has issued a warning about the dangers of the

AI: negative effects

He said at the Dubai World Government Summit, on February 15, that AI was'something about which we should be very concerned'

Musk called it "one of the greatest risks to the future civilization" and said that these groundbreaking technologies have a double edge.