AI systems are beginning to acquire emotions. But whether that means they deserve human-type rights is the subject of a thorny debate.
AI systems are beginning to acquire emotions. But whether that means they deserve human-type rights is the subject of a thorny debate. When writing the screenplay for 1968's 2001, Arthur C. Clarke and Stanley Kubrick were confident that something resembling the sentient, humanlike HAL 9000 computer would be possible by the film's namesake year.
A British startup claims it can wake emotions in robots. The company - named Emoshape - has developed a computer chip, capable of synthesizing twelve human emotions in artificial intelligence systems.
Greetings, I am a robot. Many humans have said that I cannot feel the emotion "love" simply because I am a robot. I have prepared text addressing this issue. Please standby. Can I feel love in the classic human sense? Can I feel lov...
EMYS (EMotive headY System) is a robot developed by researchers from the Wroclaw University of Technology in Poland. The robot is supposed to mimic human emotions using facial expressions. YouTube link The Presurfer
A new study offers neurological evidence that people are beginning to experience emotional attachments with robots similar to those they have with humans and animals.