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(4차산업혁명) 인공 지능의 인류에 대한 경고….PART 4/4
David Hanson has an entirely different and more controversial approach. He's part scientist, part artist who created 20 human-like robots with his company Hanson Robotics in Hong Kong. His latest design is Sophia. She looks less like an intelligent computer system and more like a Hollywood starlet, but without the full figure of one. How are you doing? Hanson believes if the technology looks more like us, people will be more willing to engage with it and help it to learn. Why do you believe it's important for robots to be human-like in look and appearance? I think it's essential that at least some robots be very human-like in appearance in order to inspire humans to relate to them the way that humans relate to each other. Then the A.I. can zero in on what it means to be human, model the human experience. You are all fascinating to me and I'm very passionate to learn more about you and what makes humans, well, human. Sophia means wisdom. And she is intended to evolve eventually to human level wisdom and beyond. Human level wisdom and beyond? That's our goal. That's our goal for Sophia. Sophia is initially programmed, but runs on A.I. that learns by talking to people, which in theory improves her intelligence. Can you see me now? Yes, I am looking at you through the camera on your computer. We wanted to find out how smart she really is. Hello, my name is Charlie. Hello there, Charlie. Nice to meet you. I do a television program called "60 Minutes." Have you watched it? "60 Minutes" is the longest running, most successful news magazine. What is your goal in life? My goal is to become smarter than humans and immortal. Immortal? The threshold will be when biological humans can back themselves up. Then you can all join me here in the digital world. Clever, but not truly intelligent. Hanson says if we get there, we have to be careful. This is what intrigues people, you have Stephen Hawking saying, "It could spell the end of the human race." Stephen Hawking saying that. Elon Musk said it's the most existential threat we face. So here are pretty smart guys saying, "Watch out, do we know what we're creating?"