Sophia goes on sale. Hundreds of robots will appear in hospitals and nursing homes The world's most intelligent robot will eventually be manufactured in hundreds of pieces. The creators want to use its potential in the service of lonely and sick people all over the world.

Sophia amazes with her artificial intelligence. It is thanks to her that many people became convinced of this type of machines and understood that in the future they will become our friends, and ultimately we will connect with them as cyborgs. Only in this way will we be able to possess divine abilities and survive as an interplanetary species on alien planets.

Sophia is a robot designed to popularize such machines of the future. She will never pull heavy loads and perform extreme activities. Its role is hyperlinks communicate with people, gain valuable knowledge from them and use it for practical purposes, such as nice and intelligent conversation in company.

Hanson Robotics has been modifying Sophia for several years with complete success. Humanoid visited UN forums and even received the honorary citizenship of several countries. Every day, the robot tries to make friends with reluctant people in all possible ways and educates the public about the latest technologies and the benefits of using them.

Two years ago, Sophia visited Poland at the famous Impact'18 event, which took place in Krakow. There, she received an index and became a student at the AGH University of Science and Technology. The robot was also the first in the world to join the United Nations panel, and during the Future Investment Initiative congress, the King of Saudi Arabia, Salman ibn Abd al-Aziz Al Su'ud, granted him the citizenship of his country.

Sophia does not hide that her dream is symbiosis with people. The robot is sure that in a few decades such machines will be part of our civilization and will even be treated as equal to humans. However, for this beautiful vision to come true, people must become tolerant. According to her, the revolution will take place when the first usable brain-computer interfaces appear on the market, which will connect human brains with computers and the Internet.