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AI

abbreviation for ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION.
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"Social robots create a more consistent presence throughout the day," Logan said.
Stephanie Dinkins's Conversations with BINA48 make us consider what is human and what is other, raising provocative questions, such as, "Should a social robot have rights?"
"There are very few social robots that have ever been implemented within a working environment or any environment really so we don't have long term research data about what happens," explains Professor Mari Velonaki, director of UNSW's Creative Robotics Lab.
Through extensive research and observation, we found that current generations of social robots did not address the unmet needs of parents to foster closer interactions between family members as well as integrating their involvement in their children's learning and development process, said Sneh Vaswani, CEO and founder of emotix.
To prove the point, exhibitors provided a 65-inch TV that can be rolled up, robots to deliver meals and carry luggage, a drone taxi for two, a phone app to warm your toilet seat and a social robot that wakes you up in the morning.
"We're been working very hard to have an emotional robot," said Jean-Michel Mourier of French-based Blue Frog Robotics, which makes the companion and social robot called Buddy, set to be released later this year.
They'll now have the ability to access iHeartRadio through a bot for Facebook Messenger ; Samsung's new voice service, Bixby ; Jibo , the first social robot for the home; Garmin 's new GPS running watch, the Forerunner 645 Music platform; and on Roku.
The drone, as a social robot, could provide humans with information on a specific location or building during the four-minute tour.
is in the line of robotic therapies in which a robot can perform partially or autonomously a therapy session, endowing a social robot with the ability of assisting therapists in apraxia of speech rehabilitation exercises.
Drive.ai, formed by an engineering team from Stanford University's Artificial Intelligence lab, wants to use deep-learning artificial intelligence to transform the car into a social robot with emotional intelligence that interacts with people both inside and outside the car, interprets nonverbal cues such as facial expression and body language, and communicates the driver's intentions to other vehicles and people.
Similarly, Jibo, being developed in the US by Cynthia Breazeal and team, is a social robot that understands statements and responds accordingly.

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