Sophia Robots is designed to be the starting point for a truly intelligent machine.
Its producer – Hanson Robotics, a Hong Kong-based company – says it’s not pre-programmed with answers, but uses a learning machine to answer people’s questions.
Zoe Kleinman of the BBC met at the CES technology show in Las Vegas and asked her opinion of the intelligent assistants of other companies.
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