In the "Becoming Human" series tech expert Chua Enlai investigates advances in artificial intelligence. He covers how different technologies currently affect our lives and how they could in the future.
A.I. experts predict that by 2050 people will be loving robots. Researchers are trying to mimic the human emotion, but others doubt love can come from an algorithm.
Tech company Anki made an A.I. robot that focuses on play and fun by using computer vision, digital animation, and sound design. A.I. learns by recognizing data and patterns and finding a solution. Toucan A.I. has created a personality algorithm that interacts through virtual reality.
A.I. think tank Singularity University focuses on ways robotics can assist, not replace, humans. A.I. companies have used robots to teach autistic children about friendship and be companions in nursing homes.
Researchers try to recreate a person's consciousness and personality using digital information. Chatbots can be made to speak like a person based on their text messages.
Credits: "Artificial Love"
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Enlai explores if we can truly love artificial intelligence, and teach it to love us back. He meets impassioned love robots and chatbots trained on memories of people, living and dead.
Length: 48 minutes
Copyright date: ©2020
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