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Saturday, March 28, 2015

This robot can make you fall in love

The efforts of scientists to create a robot with form and function as closely as possible with humans begin to achieve the most decisive stage. In fact, with the latest innovations, Japanese scientists who are members of the group A-Lab promises to provide a robot that makes the owner must have fallen in love within a period of ten years.
A fully independent version of the geminoid is expected in 10 years to make her virtually indistinguishable from humans depending on developments in artificial intelligence. (Picture from: http://dailym.ai/1yYihNF)
A-Lab's CEO, Takeshi Mita mention, this time his team are developing a robot Geminoid (female robot) Asuna, a robot that claimed nearly indistinguishable from humans. "In the next ten years, we guarantee each owner will fall in love with Asuna," he said in the Tokyo Designers' Week, which is often referred to as the Tokyo Genius Week.
Asuna was the star attraction at Tokyo Designers’ Week recently where visitors were floored by her. (Picture from: http://dailym.ai/1yYihNF)
How to fall in love? Mita said, his team is ready to design Asuna according to figures that make the owners fall in love. Start artist and actor idol, a friend who dreamed of dating, to those who have died or fantasy fiction. "You then can book a robot similar to these people," said Mita.

In the event the Tokyo Designers' Week, Mita's colleague, Professor Hiroshi Ishiguro exhibiting Asuna which designed like 15 years old Japanese girl. Like humans, Asuna was able to talk and have a facial expression. Her eyes can blink and when speaking, lip and mouth movements look natural. All that can be realized because of the composition of the material silicone skin and a series of animatronics muscle behind her.

Asuna can interact with the visitors thanks to a camera mounted behind. The camera is actually controlled operator. For now, Asuna is not equipped with artificial intelligence and voice and face recognition systems. Skills of Asuna also still limited to selfie with visitors. Before selfie, Asuna bow, sign asking politely to join and take a selfie.
Leading author of the robot, David Levy, once wrote that someday fall in love with robots will be the same taste with to love human. It was not long, ten years from now or in 2024. It has been calculated, how old are you then? (Meet Erica). *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | DAILYMAIL]
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