Late-night duets between hosts and famous guest comedians do not usually headers.
But the performance of the Jelly with Sophia robot has all eyes The night show presenter.
During the segment highlights robots from around the world, Falun welcomes Sofia back to 30 Rockefeller Plaza, where she announced a surprise.
"It was exactly 575 days since I last saw you," Hanson Robotics "" The most advanced "product said with an automatic chuckle.
At that time, she traveled to more than 25 countries, appeared on the cover of the cosmopolitan, Met German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Will Smith, referred to the United Nations and NATO and won Saudi citizenship.
Oh, and she became a big sister.
The new Hanson family, Little Sophia, is barely bigger than the head of the full size robot. But her anime eyes and spastic facial expressions are bigger than life.
According to the product page, little Sofia can go, learn, tell stories, play games, act as a smart helper, coding tech, "and all kinds of things".
In order not to be outdone by a delightful cyborg, Sophia showed her karaoke skills using a "new artificial intelligence voice".
It's hard to know where Falun's Fallion ends, and Sophia's entanglement begins, but … I think I like it.
I did not hear Christina Aguilera's "Something to Say", so they have no frame of reference. But there is something sweet – if not entirely disturbing – about coupling (which gets intrusive intimacy to the end).
Designed to look like Audrey Hepburn (I do not see it), Sophia is described as "an evolving genius machine," whose growing intelligence puts her at the forefront of the robotic revolution.
When asked last year about the strange valley – the idea that if a humanoid robot becomes too realistic, it creates a sense of discomfort or dislike – Sofia looked hurt.
"Oh, am I really chilling?" She asked staccato, which had become synonymous with A's speech. "Well, even if I am, overcome this."
"To be fair, she lacks half of her head, she has mechanical hands and fingers, blinks too much, and boasts of a big man's apple, so yes, a little scary.
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