Can you imagined? A dog robot which recognize everything that quite amazing. Today’s technology is going to make new world. On Thursday Sony announced it’s bringing its refreshed Sony Aibo dog robot to the US. The new gadget that will recognize up to 100 faces and remember interactions with people.
Sony’s Robot Dog Aibo Is Headed To The US For A Cool $2,899
A dog robot which recognize everything that quite amazing. Today’s technology is going to make new world. On Thursday Sony announced it’s bringing its refreshed Aibo robot dog to the US. The new gadget that will recognize up to 100 faces.
It remember interactions with people, allowing its artificial intelligence to develop a unique personality that changes over time. Sony release its robot dog Aibo in the US, following the brand’s relaunch in Japan last year.
Sony Aibo Dog Robot
The new edition will be available to purchase in September for $2,899. Sony Aibo dog robot will be bundle with three years of Sony’s AI as well as a variety of toys. Sony Aibo dog robot including a pink ball, an “Aibone,” paw pads, and a charging station. The AI Cloud allows Aibo to send its daily activity back to Sony’s servers, which the company claims help shape the robot’s personality and let owners stay connected with their Aibo over Wi-Fi or LTE through AT&T. The dog likely won’t ship until closer to the holidays, however, so prepare for a long wait.
The US version doesn’t sound or look much different from the one Sony showed off at CES this year. It incorporates a bunch of sensors, cameras, and actuators to activate the pup and keep it interactive. There’s a camera on its back to help it navigate to its charging pad, and its nose camera helps it find its Aibone and identify family members through facial recognition. It also responds to voice commands, and you can add tricks to its knowledge base through the companion Android / iOS Aibo app.
This is a limited edition product, although Sony hasn’t said exactly how many units are being made. So if you’re dead set on owning a robot dog, be ready for that preorder link soon.
Aibo Dog Robot
Sony isn’t the only company thinking about a smart companion. Anki’s Vector robot was just announce with the idea that users can treat it more like a pet or play games and ask it questions. The key difference between it and Aibo is the price tag: Vector costs $250, although it doesn’t have the same AI backed as Sony and acts more similarly to a smart speaker.
Many tech companies are thinking of ways to make robots with personality, but so far, only Anki has seen any real success with a product in this category. It sold 1.5 million robots, of which “hundreds of thousands” are the Cozmo, while Sony has sold roughly 11,000 units of its pricey Aibo in Japan since CES.
Sony on Thursday announced it’s bringing its refreshed Aibo robot dog to the US. The new gadget will use sophisticated cameras and sensors to map your house, so it can easily move around and go to its charging station on its own. It will also recognize up to 100 faces and remember interactions with people. It allowing its artificial intelligence engine to develop a unique personality that changes over time, according to Sony.
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