The reborn Sony Aibo robotic dog
Japanse tech giant Sony has announced that they will be reviving the Aibo robotic dog after more than a decade since it last made the robotic dog.As the electronic and entertainment wonder firm tend to rebuild its reputation in the market.
The Japanese Aibo robotic dog is made in such a way that it can respond to human actions and voice commands, it can as well sit, wag its tail, and play. it has an amazing feature of learning actions that keep its users happy.The users can as well connect the dog to the cloud to let it learn more actions from other Aibo dogs, the Aibo can as well run towards its owner, detect smiles and words of praise, and conversant with actions that please its owner.
The reborn Sony Aibo robotic dog first released in 1999, was one of the first artificial intelligence products built for ordinary consumers.The Aibo had new models released every year until 2005 it sold about 150,000 in Japan before it ceased production later that year.The Sony Aibo robotic dog was invented before smartphones and apps and was used as a domestic toy and also aids human in research projects.
The reborn Sony Aibo robotic dog has the ability to learn from its owners and environment, and also tap into collective data stored in the cloud by fellow robot units.The return of the Sony Aibo robotic has shown that Sony has finally gotten back its innovative spirit.
The device is designed in such a way that it moves and acts like a real dog and over time develops a distinct personality of its own.The Sony Aibo robotic dog has fish-eye cameras, location, mapping software, location wi-fi connectivity and also an artificial intelligence that help it understand and adapt to its owners.
The sale of reborn Sony Aibo robotic dog will officially start in January for 198,000 yen ($1,730, £1,300).Its users will have to pay a monthly subscription and use an app-based store to buy additional abilities.