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AIBOArtificial Intelligence Robot
AIBOArtificial Intelligence Robot (Sony)
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The latest aibo model, which can also display "emotions", was released in January last year and sales hit 20,000 in the first six months, according to Sony.
It analyzes substances in children's saliva, blood and urine to examine such questions as whether playing with an aibo can decrease their stress levels and increase their feelings of happiness.
Previously announced in November 2017, Sony chief executive Kazuo Hirai said that over time, Aibo will now recognise its owner, and deepen its emotional bond with them.
The project documents describe AIBO's law-related training
AIBO is also equipped with Sony's proprietary ultra-compact actuators, a
According to the firm, Aibo possesses a natural curiosity, and hopes to bring joy into the everyday lives of customers while growing with them as a partner.
Sony has redefined its AI and robotics technology to deliver, aibo, an evolved model of AIBO in November this year.
AIBO is billed as a pet that behaves like a real dog using artificial intelligence (AI) to learn and interact with its owner and surroundings.
It contains recordings of 51 children at the age of 10-13 years interacting with Sony's dog-like Aibo robot.
Examples of current robo-pets in-clude the Sony Aibo dog, which children treat as if it was living, said Dr Rault.
Louis University found that a dog named Sparky and a robotic dog, AIBO, were nearly equally effective easing the loneliness of nursing home residents and fostering attachments with them.