Robot and I

Robot and IAugust 17, 2016 in Innovation Those robots are slowly turning emotional on us, writes Steve Mullins. Take Olly, the maker of which claims will develop a unique personality through the interactions users have with it. That’s because Olly is powered by ‘nuanced intelligence’ – think AI or even brain-inspired computing – which enables it to understand context. Olly is also into ‘natural interactions’ and is well able to understand human forms of communication (tough luck, Siri). “We gathered a team of industry leaders in artificial intelligence, software development, hardware engineering and design,” says Emotech, the start-up behind this emotional piece of technology. “We are dedicated to [creating] something game-changing and can’t wait to introduce it to the world.” That introduction is slated for next year’s CES in January,…


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