Jimmy Fallon’s duet with Sophia the robotic is as candy as it’s unsettling
One amongst the most soft, or creepy duets ever performed on The Tonight Display parts a robotic.
Hampton Robotics’ neatly-known humanoid robotic, Sophia, the first citizen robotic on the earth, joined Jimmy Fallon for a tune on Wednesday evening.
After introducing her robotic sister, the imminent Tiny Sophia, Sophia aged her AI converse to advise a reasonably beautiful, if no longer undeniably unsettling rendition of A Huge Mountainous World and Christina Aguilera’s “Bellow Something,” with Fallon.
Sophia looks around the 4:30 ticket, after a slew of other robots from around the globe, including MIT’s Mini Cheetah, a ‘blind’ robotic canines expansive for hunting you on a moonless evening, and Tomatan, a wearable tomato-feeding robotic.
Ah, the future.
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