Could Artificial Intelligence Barbie Doll Be Possible Witness in Custody Battle?

“Hello Barbie,” the world’s first artificial intelligence-enabled Barbie doll, has become both the subject of delight for little girls and fear for some parents, worried their children’s privacy could be at stake. The voice-activated Barbie sells for approximately $75 and comes with either light brown hair, dark brown hair or blonde hair and both white and black skin tones. According to local NBC News affiliate in Southern California NBC4, the technology for the voice was created by San Francisco-based software company Toy Talk. It appears to be similar to Apple’s “Siri” in that raw audio recorded by a child is sent instantly to Toy Talk’s servers, which then use their software to determine and generate “Hello Barbie’s” most fitting reply. The doll’s response is then played through a speaker that is embedded…


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