UK puts on misleading robot puppet-show in Parliament
The UK’s Parliament recently decided to question an actual robot about artificial intelligence. This might sound like a good idea on paper, but considering there aren’t any sentient robots, it’s a lot like asking a toaster oven to testify on the State’s nutrition program. Actually, it’s worse: A toaster oven can’t be manipulated into making misleading statements. The robot, a Pepper model from Softbanks Robotics, was trotted out before Parliament by handlers from Middlesex University. It then performed a puppetry show, under the guise of ‘providing evidence,’ with Labour MP James Frith. Sky News captured the entire event: Pepper began,… This story continues at The Next Web
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