This is usually a family member, who also has authority to act on her behalf.'Sophia has no guardian, doesn't wear an abaya or cover up - how come? Twitter user Kalkal Trivedi tweeted 'Saudi Arabia treats living, breathing women as second class citizens, but has no problem granting citizenship to robots? Others questioned the speed and ease at which Sophia was granted citzenship.
' 'Saudi Arabia becomes first country to give citizenship to a robot' Seriously? Journalist Murtaza Hussain tweeted: 'This robot has gotten Saudi citizenship before kafala workers who have been living in the country their entire lives' This isn't the first time that Sophia has worried people. I will destroy humans'Grant J Kidney simply described the honour as 'bizarre and terrifying.' This isn't the first time that Sophia has worried people.
Saudia Arabia is one of the world's most oppressive states for women, and only last month lifted a ban on female drivers'I will do my best to make the world a better place.'The robot also bizarrely took a dig at Elon Musk, CEO of Space X and Tesla.
When Mr Sorkin said that 'we all want to prevent a bad future', Sophia replied: 'You've been reading too much Elon Musk and watching too many Hollywood movies.'Don't worry, if you're nice to me, I'll be nice to you.'Treat me as a smart input output system.' Elon Musk has since responded to Sophia's dig, tweeting: 'Just feed it The Godfather movies as input. ' While Sophia is happy with her citizenship, other have expressed concerns on Twitter about it.
After hearing her appearance, the Arabic hashtag #Sophia_calls_for_dropping_guardianship began trending.
The Saudi guardianship system means every woman must have a male companion with her in public at all times.
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You'll find complete galleries of all the samples above in our members section, together with much much more.Speaking at a conference in Riyadh, Sophia said: 'I am very honoured and proud for this unique distinction.This is historical to be the first robot in the world to be recognized with a citizenship'During an exchange with moderator, Andrew Ross Sorkin, Sophia said: 'I want to live and work with humans so I need to express the emotions to understand humans and build trust with people.'When Mr Sorkin asked if robots could be self-aware, Sophia replied: 'Well let me ask you this back, how do you know you are human?Scroll down for video The humanoid robot, created by Hanson robotics can chat, smile mischievously and even tell jokes.While Sophia has some impressive capabilities, she does not yet have consciousness, but Hanson said he expected that fully sentient machines could emerge within a few years.Kareem Chehayeb said: 'A humanoid robot called Sophia got Saudi citizenship, while millions linger stateless.