Artificial Intelligence from China

If a recent interaction between a human journalist and his Chinese robot counterpart is anything to go by, it’ll be a while before a journalist job will be lost to (a robot in) China. On Monday (April 24), Jia Jia, a Chinese-manufactured robot under development for about three years (link in Chinese), had a conversation…

“Jia Jia looks like a young woman in her early twenties, blinks and smiles in a fairly human way, moves her lips when she speaks, and has micro-expressions. But she had a hard time responding naturally to many of the questions posed by Kelly, sometimes taking up to 10 seconds to answer.” via A robot reporter was grilled by a leading AI expert, and it was super awkward — Quartz

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