Limibit presented AI robot that expresses emotions and adapts to user

February 26, 2024  21:08

The startup Limibit has launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund its robot Doly with built-in artificial intelligence. It can express emotions, adapt to user behavior, and much more, according to Hi-Tech Mail.Ru.

Doly stands out from other AI robots with its ability to sense, react, and self-develop based on interactions with humans. The robot can respond to touches, play with the user, execute voice commands, change the color of its eyes, and launch various animations. Doly's character and emotions are shaped based on the user's relationship with it.

According to the manufacturers, Doly not only entertains and assists in daily tasks but also contributes to the development of STEM skills (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics). The robot is suitable for users with any level of programming knowledge, as it supports the Blocky platform, as well as the C++ and Python languages. Additionally, the company promises regular software updates for Doly and plans to integrate ChatGPT into it.

Doly is equipped with an 8-megapixel camera for facial recognition and stereo speakers for communication. The robot's speech recognition system is based on natural language, allowing it to perform various tasks such as setting a timer or providing weather forecasts. The system operates autonomously without sending data to servers, ensuring user privacy.

Pre-orders for Doly are currently available on Kickstarter starting at $299 (approximately 27,700 rubles). The robot is expected to be delivered to buyers in August.

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