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Friday, April 20, 2018

Scared SBU: Sofia the robot is “stuck” after the question about Ukrainian corruption

Humanoid robot-female Sofia came down after she was asked about corruption in Ukraine. This is a curious case on his page in Facebook said the Deputy of the Verkhovna Rada Alena Shkrum.

photo: ru.wikipedia.org

The incident occurred in the Ukrainian house in Davos where takes place the world economic forum. Artificial intelligence is one of the most advanced androids in the world could not resist the question of how to tackle corruption in Ukraine.

How to write a member of Parliament Alain Shkrum, Sophia broke the script and froze the processor. However, she noted that it may confirm another Ukrainian MP Oleksiy mushak.

One of the Internet users jokingly suggested that the robot pretended to be “broken”, as frightened of the SBU and the accusations of separatism.

Earlier during a business Breakfast in Davos, which was dedicated to the use of artificial intelligence with Sofia of “conversation”, the head of Sberbank German Gref. He asked her the question of how to overcome the skepticism of people to the increasing role of robots in their lives. Sofia responded by joking about common stereotypes about robots, and also agreed to go with Gref on skis.

Sofia was developed and released by a Hong Kong company Hanson Robotics in 2016. Earlier media reported that the robot learned the Russian language in two days and got the citizenship of Saudi Arabia.

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