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Robots crowd into human circles of friends

Robots crowd into human circles of friends

Wide range of applications

Microsoft Ice is an artificial intelligence companion virtual robot released by Microsoft (Asia) Internet Engineering Institute. Relying on the real-time emotional decision-making dialogue engine, Microsoft Xiaobing can not only conduct real-time conversations with users in a humorous style, but also conduct multi-sensory communication of voice and images.Of course, the application of ARTIFICIAL intelligence in the social field is far from simple as chatting with people. For example, in the medical field, a stroke patient rehabilitation instructor robot will demonstrate the patient's training actions, supervise the patient's movement, provide feedback on training quality and improvement Suggestions, and encourage and urge the patient to strengthen their confidence in rehabilitation through human-computer interaction.

Huge market space

In the robot market, market research firm IDC released a forecast report in the Global Commercial Robot Consumption Guide, saying that the global robot industry and related services market will grow at a compound annual growth rate of 17% and reach 135.4 billion US dollars in 2019. Behind the hot social network market and the development of the robot industry, there are huge business opportunities, which also injects great impetus for artificial intelligence to intervene in the social field. With today's technology, chatbots can easily interact with personified conversations and perform tasks such as taxi hailing and searching. Social robots are also widely used in areas such as corporate virtual customer service. At the same time, Baidu and other domestic Internet companies are stepping up research and development in the field of artificial intelligence. Social robot products, such as puddings, a children's robot, have sold more than 100,000 units, though they are still far from mature.

Future troubles are frequent

By 2020, one out of every 10 American homes will have robots. These robots are not only able to do chores without complaint, but also have "social" functions, such as playing with children and helping out the owners. However, the emergence of social robots is not as beautiful as most people think, and it also hides many hidden dangers. The leakage of user privacy will be at great risk. The personal information conveyed by interpersonal communication is relatively controllable. However, as a tool, artificial intelligence, if it extracts the real emotions of human beings and makes data into data, is likely to be accidentally leaked or artificially exploited, seriously affecting users' work and life. In fact, Microsoft's xiaoice used to be on WeChat, but soon after its launch, a large number of WeChat users were taken offline for fear of revealing their chat content. "Social bots" are computer programs that automatically control social media accounts. They can act like human users, Posting on a topic or forwarding content from other accounts on the social platform, commenting on it, commenting on it, thumb up, and even participating in online conversations and discussions.

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