Robots that think and feel like humans will live among us in 10 years

Robots that can think and feel like people could soon be living among us, according to one expert.

An AI engineer,  who has invented a 'virtual nervous system', believes it is only a matter of time before robotics hardware catches up to his software.

He says responsive robots could be a common sight in businesses and homes around the world within the next ten years.

But behind this attractive exterior is advanced software, a type of virtual nervous system, that can learn and even mimic human emotions.

Robot Sophia

Sophia is the creation of robotics expert David Hanson, who believes that artificial life forms can foster better connections with people if they take on a human form. According to Daily mail

Coined by Japanese professor of robotics Masahiro Mori, it refers to the point at which a robot looks almost realistic enough to pass for a human, but retain enough artificiality to make people uncomfortable.

Dr Hanson modelled Sophia after Audrey Hepburn and his wife and is intended to embody classic beauty, the company says.

Have ALIENS lived on Earth before?

It has been one of the biggest unanswered questions for decades – is there, or was there ever, life elsewhere in the solar system?

Now, a space scientist believes he may have the answer. According to Daily mail

Professor Jason Wright claims that 'technological' aliens may have once lived on one of the planets in our solar system, before disappearing without a trace.

Professor Wright is an associate professor in astronomy and astrophysics.

In a paper, titled 'Prior Indigenous Technological Species', Professor Wright suggests that ancient aliens could have lived on Mars, Venus or even Earth.

Ancient Inca 'string writing' was NOT just used for accounting

Hundreds of years ago, the Inca people in South America used elaborate twists of colorful animal hair much like a ‘written’ language.

It’s known that these cords were used to record numerical accounts – but now, researchers have discovered that they may also have acted as a form of phonetic writing, with specific combinations thought to convey particular syllables or words.

This is the first evidence that ‘string writing’ was used to record narratives, the researchers say, and could help to unravel some of the mysteries of the ancient civilization.

Locket found among Titanic

The charm may look like a vintage piece of jewelry, but the gold locket engraved with the initials 'VC' tells a tale of love and loss aboard the Titanic. According to Daily mail.

The pendant, was among items found in a small travel bag that once belonged to first-class passenger Virginia Estelle McDowell Clark and her husband Walter Miller.

When 'the unsinkable ship' went down on April 15, 1912, Virginia was lowered to the icy sea in a life boat, but was forced to leave her husband behind who perished in the disaster.

The items, including a gold-plated toiletry item and a brass shaving stick canister, were pulled from the depths where the Titanic has sat in a watery grave for early 105 years.