Fagun Thakrar Puts A Spotlight On Artificial Intelligence With The Help Of Humanoid Robot Sophia

Author : Grinell Jacinto
Fagun Thakrar

Fagun Thakrar

International Star Fagun Thakrar puts a global spotlight on artificial intelligence and brain health with the help of Sophia, the most advanced humanoid robot ever developed. She co-hosted the International Forum of the Women’s Brain Project in Zurich, Switzerland. During the event, Fagun presented a key-note speech and was active as Master of Ceremonies. She fulfilled her duties including that of helping in raising awareness around cutting-edge scientific advances in brain health.

Incredibly, one of the speakers at the forum was the first realistic humanoid female robot, Sophia. Fagun interviewed Sophia to gain an advanced perspective on brain health. During the interview, such diverse topics as artificial intelligence, machine learning, and the overall progress of robotics were brought to the forefront, presented from Sophia’s personal robot perspective. As the interviewer, Fagun humanized Sophia, helping her explore her own creativity and passions, in addition to facilitating her scientific presentation.

The Women’s Brain Project was founded by Dr. Antonella Santuccione Chadha, Dr. Maria Teresa Ferretti, and Dr. Annemarie Schumacher-Dimech.  In April 2019, Fagun Thakrar was selected to join the International Forum of the Women’s Brain Project as Global Ambassador by Dr. Antonella Santuccione Chadha.  Dr. Antonella Santuccione Chadha herself was nominated in 2018 as one of the Top Women in Business in Switzerland.  The International Forum was organized to bring together the top neuroscientists and world-class medical doctors to study the brain and collaborate on solutions to outstanding problems in the field of brain health.

Fagun Thakrar is honored to be part of the International Forum of the Women’s Brain Project.  Its goals closely align with her personal philanthropic initiatives as embodied by the Fagun Foundation.  Fagun herself studied medicine at the University College London, where she developed an interest in neuroscience. As an artist, actor, and film-maker, Fagun’s has pursued projects with broader social impact, including tackling challenging issues around brain health.

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