Watch This AI Baby in ActionBloomberg News
Mark Sagar has plans for the muscles of your face. He's mapping the neural circuitry beneath the wrinkled nose, the puckered mouth, the narrowed eyes, and thousands of other facial signals to make computers look and act more like human beings. A lot more.
Here, the University of Auckland scientist introduces Baby X, born of artificial intelligence, remarkably responsive, and really cute. A little less so when Sagar does a surprise face-off to reveal her brain.
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