Paper, Rock, Scissors with Sophia by Hanson Robotics
robotics http://www.mobilegeeks.com David Hanson, who founded Hanson Robotics in 2003, wants to bring to the world “humanlike robots with greater-than-human wisdom.” Sophia has 62 facial and neck architectures and a patented silicon skin called Frubber. She has cameras in her eyes that allow her to recognize faces and make eye contact.but today she’s got a new accessory an Intel Real Sense camera which allows her to play Paper, Rock, Scissors. Sophia can have a conversation, using speech recognition software. She is even equipped with what Hanson Robotics calls its “Character Engine AI” software, or a personality.