How artificial intelligence is moving from the lab to your kid’s playroom

Mattel’s Hello Barbie is an AI-powered toy that’s coming to retailers this holiday season. (Mark Lennihan/AP)Artificial intelligence, which has already made inroads into fields ranging from medicine to aerospace engineering, could end up on holiday shopping lists this year. That’s because several companies — including toy industry leader Mattel — are planning to roll out an assortment of AI-enabled toys this holiday season for kids as young as age three. The one toy that everyone’s been talking about, of course, is Mattel’s Hello Barbie, which is powered by a proprietary artificial intelligence platform that was developed by ToyTalk, a San Francisco-based AI company founded by two former Pixar employees. The doll, expected to hit shelves in November, will retail for $74.99. As the newest iteration of the iconic Barbie toy…


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