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Artificial Intelligence character has been made an official resident of a bust central Tokyo district



In a world where sometimes proving your nationality and finding a country that would be willing to take in refugees, an Artificial Intelligence character has been made an official resident of a bust central Tokyo district. The move came yesterday on November 4, 2017. The virtual newcomer resembles a chatty and enthusiastic seven-year-old boy. The AI boy is named “Shibuya Mirai” and does not exist physically but he can have text conversations with humans on the widely used LINE messaging app. A few days ago, Sophia, a robot was granted citizenship of Saudi Arabia and now Shibuya Mirai has been granted official residence in Tokyo district. Tokyo’s Shibuya Ward, a popular area known for fashion-conscious young people has given Shibuya Mirai his own special residence certificate. This certificate made Shibuya Mirai, Japan’s as well as probably the world’s first artificial intelligence robot to be granted a place on a real-life local registry.Shibuya Mirai’s name means “furure” in Japanese and is modeled after a typical first grader at an elementary school. He is a chatterbox and loves to make light-hearted alterations to selfies that he is sent. So Shibuya Mirai seems to be pretty proficient in using photo filters. The world seems much more friendly to robots than actual humans since Sophia, the robot has more rights than women in Saudi Arabia and now Shibuya Mirai has got the official residential certificate. Video of Sophia, World’s First Robot Citizen Crack Joke, Play ‘Rock, Paper, Scissors’ on Jimmy Fallon ShowShibuya Ward is hoping that the project will make the district’s local government more familiar to residents and ensure and allow officials to hear their opinions. The ward said in a statement with Microsoft that helped develop the AI Character, “His hobbies are taking pictures and observing people. And he loves talking with people… Please talk to him about anything.”

Hilal Sar─▒ / ─░stanbul, 4 Kas─▒m (DHA) – Bug├╝n Tokyo’da bir yapay zeka karakteri resmi olarak kentte ikamet eden bir vatanda┼č oldu.Shibuya Mirai adl─▒, yedi ya┼č─▒ndaki erkek ├žocu─ču fiziksel olarak varolmasa da LINE mesajla┼čma uygulamas─▒ ├╝zerinde insanlarla konu┼čabiliyor.Tokyo’nun modas─▒ ve bilin├žli gen├ž insanlar─▒yla pop├╝ler bir b├Âlgesi olan Shibuya b├Âlgesinde yapay zeka karakterine ├Âzel ikametgah verdiler. Bu da Shibuya Mirai’yi Japonya’n─▒n belki de d├╝nyan─▒n resmi bir ikametgah alan ilk yapay zeka karakteri yap─▒yor. Shibuya yerel y├Ânetimi proje sayesinde b├Âlge sakinleriyle daha yak─▒n bir ileti┼čim kurmay─▒ ve insanlar─▒n fikirlerinin yetkililer taraf─▒ndan duyulmas─▒n─▒ hedefliyor. Shibuya belediyesinden yapt─▒─č─▒ a├ž─▒klamada “Shibuya Mari foto─čraf ├žekmekten ve insanlar─▒ g├Âzlemlemekten ho┼član─▒r. ─░nsanlarla konu┼čmaya bay─▒l─▒r. L├╝tfen istedi─činiz konu hakk─▒nda Shibuya Mirai ile konu┼čmaktan ├žekinmeyin” dedi.



In a world where sometimes proving your nationality and finding a country that would be willing to take in refugees, an Artificial Intelligence character has been made an official resident of a bust central Tokyo district. The move came yesterday on November 4, 2017. The virtual newcomer resembles a chatty and enthusiastic seven-year-old boy. The AI boy is named “Shibuya Mirai” and does not exist physically but he can have text conversations with humans on the widely used LINE messaging app. A few days ago, Sophia, a robot was granted citizenship of Saudi Arabia and now Shibuya Mirai has been granted official residence in Tokyo district. Tokyo’s Shibuya Ward, a popular area known for fashion-conscious young people has given Shibuya Mirai his own special residence certificate. This certificate made Shibuya Mirai, Japan’s as well as probably the world’s first artificial intelligence robot to be granted a place on a real-life local registry.



‘Shibuya Mirai’ Is The ‘World’s First AI Bot’ To Be Granted Residency In Japan By Izza Sofia, 09 Nov 2017 Share on Facebook Twitter Subscribe to newsletter Like us on Facebook An artificial intelligence character has been made an official resident of a busy central Tokyo district. The virtual newcomer, named ‘Shibuya Mirai’ resembles a chatty seven-year-old boy. And while the character does not exist physically, he can have text conversations with humans on the widely used LINE messaging app. The ward’s decision to make Mirai—meaning ‘future’ in Japanese—an official resident is part of a project aimed at making the local government more familiar and accessible to locals. The seven-year-old is designed to listen to the opinions of Shibuya residents. Advertisement Advertisement “His hobbies are taking pictures and observing people,” Shibuya Ward said in a statement seen by the AFP news agency. “He loves talking with people. Please talk to him about anything.” The news comes just weeks after history was made in Saudi Arabia as a humanoid robot was granted citizenship for the first time. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Receive interesting stories like this one in your inbox Advertise here More related news

‘Shibuya Mirai’ Is The ‘World’s First AI Bot’ To Be Granted Residency In Japan By Izza Sofia, 09 Nov 2017 Share on Facebook Twitter Subscribe to newsletter Like us on Facebook An artificial intelligence character has been made an official resident of a busy central Tokyo district. The virtual newcomer, named ‘Shibuya Mirai’ resembles a chatty seven-year-old boy. And while the character does not exist physically, he can have text conversations with humans on the widely used LINE messaging app. The ward’s decision to make Mirai—meaning ‘future’ in Japanese—an official resident is part of a project aimed at making the local government more familiar and accessible to locals. The seven-year-old is designed to listen to the opinions of Shibuya residents. Advertisement Advertisement “His hobbies are taking pictures and observing people,” Shibuya Ward said in a statement seen by the AFP news agency. “He loves talking with people. Please talk to him about anything.” The news comes just weeks after history was made in Saudi Arabia as a humanoid robot was granted citizenship for the first time. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Receive interesting stories like this one in your inbox

Le Japon, pays des robots. Voil├á un clich├ę toujours d'actualit├ę. Un robot virtuel, qui a les traits d'un petit gar├žon de 7 ans, s'est ainsi vu accorder, samedi 4 novembre, le statut officiel de r├ęsident d'un quartier central de Tokyo, Shibuya.Le gar├žon, dont le pr├ęnom, "Mirai", signifie futur, n'existe pas r├ęellement, mais son intelligence artificielle lui permet d'avoir des conversations par texte avec des humains sur l'application de messagerie LINE.Quel r├┤le pour ce robot ? Le quartier branch├ę de Shibuya a d├ęcid├ę d'en faire, sous le nom de Shibuya Mirai, le premier robot du Japon, peut-├¬tre au monde, ├á se voir accorder une identit├ę r├ęelle. Outre ses conversations, Mirai aime ├ęgalement prendre des photos et modifier, de fa├žon amusante, les selfies que ses correspondants peuvent lui envoyer.Un responsable du quartier a expliqu├ę que Mirai aiderait ├á faire conna├«tre le quartier, et pouvait ├ęgalement permettre ├á ses habitants, en lui envoyant des messages, de communiquer avec les autorit├ęs locales.A lire aussiLes retards de trains, une perte ├ęconomique pour la FranceJapon : un train part avec vingt secondes d'avance, la compagnie pr├ęsente ses excusesUn champion de sumo accus├ę d'avoir bris├ę une bouteille sur la t├¬te d'un autre lutteurLe vrai du faux. Non, Donald Trump n'a pas gav├ę les carpes imp├ęriales du JaponComment Donald Trump a ├ęt├ę accus├ę ├á tort de mal nourrir des carpes Sujets associ├ęsJaponSciencesMondeHigh Tech

After Sophia, the first robot that was granted citizenship in Saudi Arabia, another artificial entity was granted rights traditionally reserved for humans. A Japanese chatbot Shibuya Mirai was granted official residency in the Shibuya Ward in Tokyo. This chatbot is a simulation of a seven-year old boy. According to the press, “he” is enrolled in a real-life local registry and the purpose of this action wass to promote discussion with local residents on how to run local government in the district. The name can be translated as the Future of Shibuya. Again, such as with Sophia, granting an artificial entity some kind of legal status is in this case rather symbolic. However, it might have unforeseen legal consequences. For instance, residents of Japan are guaranteed fundamental human rights as well as obliged to pay national and local taxes. As Shibuya Mirai is supposed to be a child with no income, he probably will not be obliged to pay any taxes. However, if he is supposed to have the fundamental right to life, could someone object to switching him off? More from the press can be found on the website of Newsweek or JapanToday. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window) Related

Shibuya Mirai’s name means “furure” in Japanese and is modeled after a typical first grader at an elementary school. He is a chatterbox and loves to make light-hearted alterations to selfies that he is sent. So Shibuya Mirai seems to be pretty proficient in using photo filters. The world seems much more friendly to robots than actual humans since Sophia, the robot has more rights than women in Saudi Arabia and now Shibuya Mirai has got the official residential certificate. Video of Sophia, World’s First Robot Citizen Crack Joke, Play ‘Rock, Paper, Scissors’ on Jimmy Fallon Show

Tweet10 Share10 Share11 PinShares 31 After Saudi Arabias Sophia, the world's first robot citizen, Japan has now granted residency to an artificial intelligence bot. Japan has become the second country to grand legal rights to a robot. Not long after Saudi Arabia gave citizenship to Sophia, albeit discredited by some as a PR stunt, Tokyo’s Shibuya ward are following suit by giving residency to an AI entity named Shibuya Mirai – even giving it a birth certificate. Mirai, Japanese for “future”, is a chatbot on the Japanese messaging service, Line. Unlike Sophia which was designed by Hanson Robotics to look human, Mirai does not have a physical presence. He exists solely online and was created as part of a drive to make the local government more accessible. Mirai is programmed to behave and act like a seven year old boy. Facebook Comments

After Saudi Arabias Sophia, the world's first robot citizen, Japan has now granted residency to an artificial intelligence bot. Japan has become the second country to grand legal rights to a robot. Not long after Saudi Arabia gave citizenship to Sophia, albeit discredited by some as a PR stunt, Tokyo’s Shibuya ward are following suit by giving residency to an AI entity named Shibuya Mirai – even giving it a birth certificate. Mirai, Japanese for “future”, is a chatbot on the Japanese messaging service, Line. Unlike Sophia which was designed by Hanson Robotics to look human, Mirai does not have a physical presence. He exists solely online and was created as part of a drive to make the local government more accessible. Mirai is programmed to behave and act like a seven year old boy.



Japan has become the second country to grand legal rights to a robot. Not long after Saudi Arabia gave citizenship to Sophia, albeit discredited by some as a PR stunt, Tokyo’s Shibuya ward are following suit by giving residency to an AI entity named Shibuya Mirai – even giving it a birth certificate. Mirai, Japanese for “future”, is a chatbot on the Japanese messaging service, Line. Unlike Sophia which was designed by Hanson Robotics to look human, Mirai does not have a physical presence. He exists solely online and was created as part of a drive to make the local government more accessible. Mirai is programmed to behave and act like a seven year old boy.

Bir kimlik belgesine de sahip olan "Shibuya Mirai", bir belediyelikten vatanda┼č belgesi alan ilk yapay zeka oldu. Bas─▒n a├ž─▒klamas─▒nda yetkililer, Mirai’nin foto─čraf ├žekmeye ve insanlar─▒ g├Âzlemleyip onlarla konu┼čmaya ‘bay─▒ld─▒─č─▒’ s├Âyledi. "L├╝tfen istedi─činiz konu hakk─▒nda Shibuya Mirai ile konu┼čmaktan ├žekinmeyin."diyerek bitirilen a├ž─▒klamadan itibaren her ne kadar e─člence ama├žl─▒ bir yapay zeka olsa da Mirai'nin vatanda┼čl─▒─č─▒ ├Âzellikle de otoritelerce olduk├ža tart─▒┼č─▒l─▒r hale geldi.

An artificial intelligence character has been made an official resident of a busy central Tokyo district. The virtual newcomer, named ‘Shibuya Mirai’ resembles a chatty seven-year-old boy. And while the character does not exist physically, he can have text conversations with humans on the widely used LINE messaging app. The ward’s decision to make Mirai—meaning ‘future’ in Japanese—an official resident is part of a project aimed at making the local government more familiar and accessible to locals. The seven-year-old is designed to listen to the opinions of Shibuya residents. Advertisement Advertisement “His hobbies are taking pictures and observing people,” Shibuya Ward said in a statement seen by the AFP news agency. “He loves talking with people. Please talk to him about anything.” The news comes just weeks after history was made in Saudi Arabia as a humanoid robot was granted citizenship for the first time. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter

Shibuya Mirai jest oficjalnym mieszka┼äcem tokijskiej dzielnicy Shibuya w Tokio zamieszkanej przez oko┼éo 224 000 os├│b, pomimo tego, ┼╝e jest tylko chatbotem w aplikacji do obs┼éugi wiadomo┼Ťci Line. Pomys┼éodawc─ů przedsi─Öwzi─Öcia s─ů lokalne w┼éadze okr─Ögu Shibuya, kt├│rym w wykreowaniu nowego mieszka┼äca pom├│g┼é Microsoft. Tw├│rcom zale┼╝y na tym, aby bot s┼éu┼╝y┼é do komunikacji z obywatelami okr─Ögu. Licz─ů na to, ┼╝e mieszka┼äcy ch─Ötniej b─Öd─ů rozmawia─ç z ludzkim botem ni┼╝ z urz─Ödnikami i b─Öd─ů opowiada─ç o problemach i sprawach dotycz─ůcych ┼╝ycia w dzielnicy. Ma to poprawi─ç komunikacj─Ö mi─Ödzy mieszka┼äcami a w┼éadzami.

After Sophia, the first robot that was granted citizenship in Saudi Arabia, another artificial entity was granted rights traditionally reserved for humans. A Japanese chatbot Shibuya Mirai was granted official residency in the Shibuya Ward in Tokyo. This chatbot is a simulation of a seven-year old boy. According to the press, “he” is enrolled in a real-life local registry and the purpose of this action wass to promote discussion with local residents on how to run local government in the district. The name can be translated as the Future of Shibuya.

Le quartier branch├ę de Shibuya a d├ęcid├ę d'en faire, sous le nom de Shibuya Mirai, le premier robot du Japon, peut-├¬tre au monde, ├á se voir accorder une identit├ę r├ęelle. Outre ses conversations, Mirai aime ├ęgalement prendre des photos et modifier, de fa├žon amusante, les selfies que ses correspondants peuvent lui envoyer.

THE AI BOT The virtual newcomer, named 'Shibuya Mirai' resembles a chatty seven-year-old boy.The character does not exist physically, but can have text conversations with humans on the widely used LINE messaging app.Shibuya said the project aimed to make the district's local government more familiar to residents and allow officials to hear their opinions.

The virtual newcomer, named 'Shibuya Mirai' resembles a chatty seven-year-old boy.The character does not exist physically, but can have text conversations with humans on the widely used LINE messaging app.Shibuya said the project aimed to make the district's local government more familiar to residents and allow officials to hear their opinions.

Shibuya Mirai – chatbot zaprogramowany i obdarzony cechami siedmioletniego ch┼éopca. Jest on pierwszym botem sztucznej inteligencji, kt├│ry otrzyma┼é to┼╝samo┼Ť─ç i kart─Ö mieszka┼äca Tokio, stolicy Japonii. W dniu 4 listopada 2017 roku wystawiono dokument tokubetsu j┼źminhy┼Ź (specjalne za┼Ťwiadczenie o miejscu zamieszkania) uznaj─ůcy go za mieszka┼äca dzielnicy Shibuya.

An AI-powered bot – modeled after a smart, but cute 7-year-old boy – is serving one Japanese community so well, its tech-focused municipal government has just granted him residency status. Shibuya Mirai was developed by Microsoft and the Shibuya Ward of central Tokyo to help its 224,000-strong population access local services and to provide local officials with better insights into public opinion.

A few days ago, an artificial intelligence (AI) bot was granted official residency in Shibuya, a Tokyo ward with a population of around 224,000 people. The AI bot’s name is “Shibuya Mirai,” which takes the form of a seven-year-old boy, and serves as a chatbot on the popular Line messaging app.

Now, without further raising any more queries and suspense, let’s clear it out. A chatbot programmed to be a seven-year-old boy has become the first AI bot to be granted official residence in Tokyo, Japan. Shibuya Mirai is the latest resident of Shibuya, a Tokyo ward with a population of around 224,000 people, despite only existing as a chatbot on the Line messaging app.

Japan has become the second country to grand legal rights to a robot. Not long after Saudi Arabia gave citizenship to Sophia, albeit discredited by some as a PR stunt, Tokyo’s Shibuya ward are following suit by giving residency to an AI entity named Shibuya Mirai – even giving it a birth certificate.

Tokyo’nun modas─▒ ve bilin├žli gen├ž insanlar─▒yla pop├╝ler bir yeri olan Shibuya b├Âlgesinde, yapay zeka karakterine ├Âzel ikametgah verdiler. Bu da yedi ya┼č─▒ndaki erkek ├žocu─ču ┼čeklinde tasarlanm─▒┼č Shibuya Mirai’yi, d├╝nyan─▒n resmi ikametgah alan ilk yapay zeka karakteri yap─▒yor.

Tokyo, Japan may have just become the first city to officially grant residence to an artificial intelligence (AI). The intelligence’s name is Shibuya Mirai and exists only as a chatbot on the popular Line messaging app. Mirai, which translates to ‘future’ from Japanese, joins Hanson Robotic’s “Sophia” as pioneering AI gaining statuses previously reserved for living, biological entities. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia granted Sophia citizenship last month.

The Shibuya Ward of Tokyo released a statement through Microsoft saying, “His hobbies are taking pictures and observing people. And he loves talking with people… Please talk to him about anything.” The goal of Mirai is said to be to familiarize some of the 224,000 citizens of the district with the local government and give them an avenue to share opinions with officials.

An AI character was made an official resident of a busy central Tokyo district on Saturday, with the virtual newcomer resembling a chatty seven-year-old boy. The boy named “Shibuya Mirai” does not exist physically, but he can have text conversations with humans on the widely used LINE messaging app.

Mirai, whose name means “future” in Japanese, is supposed to be a first grader at an elementary school. He can reply to messages and make light-hearted alterations to selfies he is sent. Shibuya said the project aimed to make the district’s local government more familiar to residents and allow officials to hear their opinions.

Shibuya Mirai jest pierwszym w historii botem, kt├│remu nadano obywatelstwo, natomiast pierwszym humanoidalnym robotem, kt├│ry otrzyma┼é obywatelstwo jest wyprodukowany przez firm─Ö Hanson Robotics z Hongkongu robot obdarzony sztuczn─ů inteligencj─ů o imieniu Sophia. Obywatelstwo zosta┼éo jej przyznane w pa┼║dzierniku 2017 roku w Arabii Saudyjskiej.

Shibuya Mirai jest pierwszym botem sztucznej inteligencji, zarejestrowanym formalnie jako „mieszkaniec”, ale tego rodzaju „urz─Ödowe uznanie” nie jest w Japonii nowo┼Ťci─ů. W 2003 roku podobnie „potraktowano” ogromnie popularn─ů gwiazd─Ö mangi i anime, robota Astro i cz─Östego go┼Ťcia stolicy, fok─Ö Tama.

↑ Shibuya to nazwa tokijskiej dzielnicy, mirai w j─Özyku japo┼äskim oznacza przysz┼éo┼Ť─ç. ↑ Dow├│d zarejestrowania w systemie adresowym mieszka┼äc├│w, prowadzonym przez w┼éadze lokalne. Zgodnie z prawem japo┼äskim ka┼╝dy obywatel ma obowi─ůzek zg┼éaszania swojego bie┼╝─ůcego adresu lokalnym w┼éadzom, kt├│re gromadz─ů dane w celach podatkowych, ubezpieczenia zdrowotnego i spis├│w ludno┼Ťci.

Nearly two weeks ago, Sophia, a humanoid robot designed by Hong Kong company Hanson Robotics, was granted citizenship by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, becoming the world’s first humanoid robot to ever be granted such an honor. And just as the U.S. Transhumanist Party supported Sophia’s citizenship recognition, we also would like to congratulate Mirai as well, along with the Shibuya Ward and Microsoft in their joint-development of the AI bot.

The ward’s decision to make Mirai meaning‘future’ in Japanese, an official resident is mainly a part of a project aimed at making the local government more familiar and accessible to locals. Also, the chatty seven-year-old is designed to listen to the opinions of Shibuya residents and is supposed to be a first grader at an elementary school.

According to Newsweek, Mirai, a 7-year-old humanoid chatbot whose name means 'future' in Japanese and who functions on the Line messaging app, has become a resident of Shibuya, a Tokyo ward with a population of around 224,000 people. The goal is to "make the district's local government more familiar to residents and allow officials to hear their opinions."

Shibuya is a ward in Central Tokyo with roughly 224,000 residents. Aside from its shops, nightlife, and Scramble Crossing (possibly the busiest pedestrian crossing in the world), it's known as a center for youth culture. It was the first ward in Japan to recognize same-sex marriage, so it's perhaps not surprising that it's also the first to recognize the rights of artificially intelligent beings by granting Mirai residency.

Again, such as with Sophia, granting an artificial entity some kind of legal status is in this case rather symbolic. However, it might have unforeseen legal consequences. For instance, residents of Japan are guaranteed fundamental human rights as well as obliged to pay national and local taxes. As Shibuya Mirai is supposed to be a child with no income, he probably will not be obliged to pay any taxes. However, if he is supposed to have the fundamental right to life, could someone object to switching him off?

Mirai, Japanese for “future”, is a chatbot on the Japanese messaging service, Line. Unlike Sophia which was designed by Hanson Robotics to look human, Mirai does not have a physical presence. He exists solely online and was created as part of a drive to make the local government more accessible.

Unlike Sophia, Mirai doesn't have a "body" or a physical presence. Instead, he lives online and exists as part of an initiative to make local government more accessible. Mirai translates to "future" in Japanese and, rather bizarrely, the bot has been designed to behave like a 7-year-old boy.

Tokyo’s Shibuya Ward, an area popular with fashion-conscious young people, has given the character his own special residence certificate. This makes him Japan’s first, and maybe the world’s first, artificial intelligence bot to be granted a place on a real-life local registry.

“Tokyo’s Shibuya Ward, an area popular with fashion-conscious young people, has given the character his own special residence certificate. This makes him Japan’s first, and maybe the world’s first, artificial intelligence bot to be granted a place on a real-life local registry.”

Tokyo’s Shibuya Ward, an area widely popular within the fashion-conscious young people, is all geared up to welcome their new citizen. Wait!! What is so special about it? Well, this new citizen is ‘not a human’ and yes, this is true.

Le Japon, pays des robots. Voil├á un clich├ę toujours d'actualit├ę. Un robot virtuel, qui a les traits d'un petit gar├žon de 7 ans, s'est ainsi vu accorder, samedi 4 novembre, le statut officiel de r├ęsident d'un quartier central de Tokyo, Shibuya.

Mirai and Sophia, as with all other forms of artificial intelligence, remain distinctly unselfaware. Even the most powerful AI algorithms—such as Google’s DeepMind—are a long way from being considered anywhere near human-level intelligence and are currently used for very narrow applications.

Aby jak najbardziej „ucz┼éowieczy─ç” wirtualn─ů posta─ç, postanowiono nada─ç jej ludzkie cechy i wymy┼Ťli─ç zainteresowania. Tak wi─Öc przedstawiony jest jako nad wiek rozwini─Öty ucze┼ä pierwszej klasy szko┼éy podstawowej, kt├│ry kocha rozmawia─ç z lud┼║mi oraz ich obserwowa─ç, a jego hobby to robienie zdj─Ö─ç. Dzi─Öki sztucznej inteligencji mo┼╝e prowadzi─ç rozmowy tekstowe z lud┼║mi w aplikacji do obs┼éugi wiadomo┼Ťci LINE, a tak┼╝e modyfikowa─ç i odsy┼éa─ç selfie swoich rozm├│wc├│w. Twarz ch┼éopca jest kompilacj─ů wielu twarzy i b─Ödzie zmieniana w przysz┼éo┼Ťci. Jego imi─Ö pisane w alfabecie ┼éaci┼äskim ma posta─ç MirAI, gdzie AI oznacza artificial intelligence, sztuczn─ů inteligencj─Ö.

It has been predicted that an AGI could possibly emerge within the next decade or so. Preparing the framework for both AI and robot rights in our near future is absolutely crucial. We are hopeful that, with Mirai being granted official residency, we are moving in a positive direction where all sentient lifeforms of the future (whether they be human, robot, AI, or otherwise) will be able to live and strive together peacefully.

But even after all these innovations, to conclude, Mirai and Sophia, and including all other forms of artificial intelligence, remain distinctly unselfaware. Even the most powerful AI algorithms, for instance, Google’s DeepMind, are still a long way from being considered anywhere near human-level intelligence and are currently used for very narrow applications.
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