reciation. As cameras from local and international media flashed and under the admiring eyes of the audience, Sophia proceeded with her keynote speech and interactions highlighting the importance of technology in the development of human lives.The robot, who is championing the United Nation's Sustainable Development Goals in Asia-Pacific, with a focus on innovation, was in Nepal Wednesday to attend the Innovation Conference and Fair: "Technology of Public Services and Development" organized by the United Nations Development Fund (UNDP). Dressed in a white UNDP logoed T-shirt, the two-and-a-half-year-old, red-lipped robot said that technology provides endless possibilities and opportunities for the world.Highlighting the importance of technology in Nepal and its applicability to government models, Sophia said it can transform state institutions and help in meeting global sustainable development goals."If artificial intelligence is used in Nepal, we can ensure better public services, a revolution in the agriculture sector, make better use of limited resources, protect the environment and make the world a better place," she said.The celebrity robot, a "
- en effective measures to protect the legitimate rights and interests of IPR holders. China and the EU have established a mechanism for working on intellectual property rights. Effective communications have been conducted and positive results delivered in many a
- reas under the cooperation mechanism. China hopes that the EU will properly handle it according to the WTO dispute settlement procedures.KATHMANDU, March 22 (Xinhua) -- When Sophia, a social humanoid robot and the world's first robot c
citizen" of Saudi Arabia, added that technology and artificial intelligence can help in ending poverty and fighting starvation, corruption and ensuring gender equality."Machines are here to make your life easier and we can connect your country to the rest of the world," Sophia said.The audience, comprising government officials, private sector representatives, civil servants and tech enthusiasts, among others, were nodding in agreement at almost all of her statements, and cheered and applauded throughout her speech."I hope the conference will inspire and generate brilliant ideas to help Nepal