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The fourth host of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest is Robin the Robot

On December 11, Robin the Robot, utilizing artificial intelligence, will join the presenters at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in Yerevan. According to public television, Iveta Mukuchyan, Garik Papoyan, and Karina Ignatyan.
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The Junior Evrovision will feature an artificial intelligence-powered device as one of the contest presenters for the first time ever.

Robin says that he is a big fan of this contest and has always wanted to appear on a big and bright stage. “My dream has been to be surrounded by thousands of children and be friends with all the participants of Eurovision. I think I’m the biggest fan of this contest. And in Yerevan, my dream finally comes true. Let’s be friends, let’s turn the miracle.

As an artificially intelligent robot, Robin has the capacity to produce and transmit emotions. Robin assists the kids going through the healing process by playing with them, adding color to the hospital setting, and helping them get through the challenging course of treatment. Leading American medical centers are now using the services of the Armenian robot in addition to Armenian ones. “Robin was recognized by the prestigious TIME magazine as one of the world’s 100 best innovations of 2021,” the message states.

Representatives from 16 nations will take part in the 20th anniversary “Junior Eurovision,” and they will be brought together by the inspiring phrase “Turn the miracle.” Albania, Ireland, Italy, Spain, Poland, Portugal, North Macedonia, Kazakhstan, Malta, Netherlands, Serbia, Ukraine, United Kingdom, Georgia, and France are among the participating nations.

At the Karen Demirchyan Sports and Concert Complex, the event will start at 19:00 on December 11.

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