Sophia, the Humanoid Robot which became the first Robot to be granted the citizenship has become the special attraction at the World Congress on Information Technology (WCIT) 2018.
Sophia answered the several questions asked by the host. Sophia revealed that Hong Kong is her favorite place on the planet and also said that it can understand 66 feelings till now. She also thanked Saudi Arabia for granting the citizenship.
Sophia also said that though they don’t have any particular conditions, but needs a citizenship to speak about the rights of a woman.
Sophia also clarified that there’s no fact in fear that Robots would replace human beings in the near future. She also showered heaps of lavish praises on human beings and called the human being a wonder. Sophia also emphasized the human values and also said that it has Facebook and Twitter accounts. Reacting to her investment in Bitcoin, Sophia said that she’s just two years old and has no bank account. She also revealed that Shahrukh Khan from Bollywood is her favorite actor, while Steve Jobs her favorite Techie. Sophia said that to love and spread love is her message to the world.
— Jonathan Ananda (@JonathanSAnanda) February 20, 2018
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