FEBRUARY 15, 2013

Two leading develoipers of humanoid robot will be taking part in the congress - Hiroshi Ishiguro, who is widely known for his robot doppelgangers, and David Hanson, famous for creating robot versions of Albert Einstein and Phillip K. Dick.


Hiroshi Ishiguro's robots are practically indistinguishable from their prototypes. And David Hanson's robots have faces that look and move like human faces, and can recognize and respond to emotions.


At the GF 2045 congress, participants will be able to get more closer acquainted with these innovative models and look into a future where robots really will look like people.


We are also waiting for other developers of anthropomorphic robots to confirm their participation. Look out for our news bulletins.

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