This Intelligent, helpful and friendly Robot can be your family’s personal assistant

What Jibo Can Do?

See: Two hi-res cameras recognize and track faces, capture photos, and enable immersive video calling.

Hear: 360° microphones and natural language processing let you talk to JIBO from anywhere in the room.

Speak: Hands-free reminders and messages, so you’ll never forget and can always be in touch.

Learn: Artificial Intelligence algorithms learn your preferences to adapt and fit into your life.

Help: Like a personal assistant, JIBO proactively helps you, to make everyday tasks simpler and easier.

Relate: Communicates and expresses using natural social and emotive cues so you understand each other better.

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Jibo is a social robot. You talk to it, ask it questions, make requests. It talks back, provides answers, and takes care of grunt work like setting reminders or scouring the web. It’s meant to act as a helper and a partner in a variety of household experiences, much like a physical embodiment of Google Now is on our smartphones.

Jibo The World’s First Family Robot is designed to perform the same types of interactions families currently use tablets for, but to do so with a physical presence that fits into human lives in a more natural way than just another touchscreen.

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The connected home of the future shouldn’t feel cold and computerized. It should be warm and personal, interacting with us on an emotional level in addition to being able to perform useful tasks. This one seems to be going in that direction.

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