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Hanson Robotics Close to Making 'Truly Alive' Artificial Intelligence Robot

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The Founder of Hanson Robotics Dr. David Hanson presented next-level AI robots that have an uncanny similarity to humans, both inside and out, in Amsterdam on Saturday. Hanson presented two robots named 'Sophia' and 'Professor Einstein' that are programmed with the most advanced artificial intelligence, which aims to make the robots 'truly alive.'

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