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1007, 2018

Love, Philosophy and Processors: Interview with Bina48 (IEEE.org)

Ryerson University professor Ramona Pringle interviewed Hanson Robotics' Bina48 for this IEEE/Technology and Science magazine profile ...

2112, 2017

Bina48 the Android Goes to College (Inside Higher Ed)

Hanson Robotics' Bina48 android, best known for its autism research applications, is purportedly the first robot to pass a college-level course ...

1111, 2017

How Robots Are Helping Children with Autism (The Guardian)

Researchers believe robots like Hanson Robotics' Zeno and the University of Hertfordshire's Kaspar hold the key to early autism diagnosis. But what can they do that humans can't.

1007, 2017

WATCH: Good Morning Britain Meets Sophia the Robot

Good Morning Britain's hosts meet Hanson Robotics founder David Hanson and his sophisticated humanoid, Sophia. Watch here ...

2312, 2016

Meet Sophia: The Robot that Looks, Thinks, and Talks Like a Human (Inc.)

The latest robot from Hanson Robotics took the stage at the Web Summit in Lisbon, displaying simple emotions, humanlike facial expressions. and bad jokes. By WILL YAKOWICZ for Inc.

2810, 2016

Charlie Rose: Artificial Intelligence Could Be A Game Changer (60 Minutes)

On this episode of 60 Minutes, correspondent CHARLIE ROSE concludes it won't be long before machines begin thinking for themselves. Check it out here.

2810, 2016

Disney Wraps Third Accelerator Class With Jaunt, OTOY Deals, including Hanson Robotics

Hanson Robotics – a creator of human-like robots with a full range of facial expressions. Based in Hong Kong, Hanson Robotics is building a range of robots for the business and consumer markets. The videos of its robot “Sophia” have been viewed more than one billion times.

2810, 2016

Disney Accelerator Showcases Nine Startups, Including Hanson Robotics, at 2016 Demo Day

Hanson Robotics – a creator of human-like robots with a full range of facial expressions. Based in Hong Kong, Hanson Robotics is building a range of robots for the business and consumer markets. The videos of its robot “Sophia” have been viewed more than one billion times.

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