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September 17, 2012

Humanoid Robot To Address Conference




 Artificial Intelligence
The Terrasem Movement Foundation's android, Bina48 is scheduled to keynote the Enterprise Learning! Conference & Expo at the end of this month.  This will be the first time an artificial intelligence has performed such a task.  
The android robot, Bina48 is scheduled to  keynote the Enterprise Learning! Conference & Expo 2012 on September 26 in Irvine, California.  This will be the first time a humanoid robot has done this.

Created by Hanson Robotics, Bina48 uses video interview transcripts, laser scanning life mask technology, face recognition, artificial intelligence and voice recognition technology to interface with her human counterparts. The challenge being put to the assembly of senior learning executives is whether a humanoid could be a teacher or personal tutor in the next decade. Bina48 is nearly three years old, and is the youngest entity to ever address an audience of senior learning executives interested in learning technology.
One of the world’s most advanced social robots, Bina48 will offer a challenge to the assembly of senior learning executives: “could a humanoid robot be a teacher or personal tutor in the next decade?”

Bina48, part of the LifeNaut project, will be joined on-stage by Bruce Duncan, Managing Director of the Terasem Movement Foundation Inc. and Principal Investigator with the LifeNaut Project.Commissioned by Dr. Martine Rothblatt and created by Hanson Robotics, Bina48 is one of the world’s most advanced social robots. a composite of information from several people, including Bina Aspen, co-founder of the Terasem Movement.



SOURCE  KurzweilAI

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