Sony’s AI Dog Won’t Pee on Your Floor, Hopefully
It can learn new tricks. From the Cloud.
When it comes to our pets, sometimes dead is better.
Equipped with an array of sensors and a pair of OLED eyes that process images as well as convey emotion, Aibo the robot pooch can detect petting,
The computerized canine — which is able to move in a lifelike manner along its 22 axes — is capable of this thanks to deep-learning AI technology that processes and learns from the sounds,
Aibo dog (3 images)
Able to run for two hours at a time before needing a three-hour recharge, Aibo develops its own personality over time based on its own interactions and what its peers experience. “With its owners’ permission, Aibo can connect to the cloud and access the knowledge accumulated from interactions between different owners and their
Unlike Spike, Aibo can be managed via an app, requires a monthly subscription to keep it updated and backed up, and likes chewing on what Sony calls an “
Every robot dog has its day …
This article was featured in the InsideHook newsletter. Sign up now.
Suggested for you