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Gadająca głowa dla samotnych seniorów (13)

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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10018 ElliQ1 12/01/2019 See Ferrari text Picture must credit: Intuition Robotics Isolated elderly are being given the chance to reconnect with the world using a new proactive talking robot.Israel-based tech firm Intuition Robotics has set out to address that problem, with its ElliQ system. It consists of three main parts.A base unit that incorporates a microphone array, speaker and magnetic charging dock.Next, there is a dual-camera-equipped tablet that snaps into that dock.Finally, there is the actual ElliQ unit itself which is a robotic head that moves around as the system converses using a synthetic voice and speech recognition system.It moves in the same way a person might move their head while talking. It has a camera of its own, along with an LED-ring "face."ElliQ is reportedly capable of reading the room, seeing and hearing if its user is talking to someone, watching TV, or is otherwise occupied. If it determines that they're sitting idle, it will proceed to verbally engage them – this could consist of suggesting they get some exercise, telling them jokes or trivia, offering to play music which it's learned that they like.It could also play them a video on a subject in which they're interested. It can also be used to schedule tasks and set reminders, such as telling users that they need to take their medication or get a drink of water – family members can remotely set these for the user, via an accompanying app. OPS: ElliQ device includes the talking robotic head-like device which has an LED light ring to add expression. It can learn what music the user likes and play it Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10018 ElliQ1 12/01/2019 See Ferrari text Picture must credit: Intuition Robotics Isolated elderly are being given the chance to reconnect with the world using a new proactive talking robot.Israel-based tech firm Intuition Robotics has set out to address that problem, with its ElliQ system. It consists of three main parts.A base unit that incorporates a microphone array, speaker and magnetic charging dock.Next, there is a dual-camera-equipped tablet that snaps into that dock.Finally, there is the actual ElliQ unit itself which is a robotic head that moves around as the system converses using a synthetic voice and speech recognition system.It moves in the same way a person might move their head while talking. It has a camera of its own, along with an LED-ring "face."ElliQ is reportedly capable of reading the room, seeing and hearing if its user is talking to someone, watching TV, or is otherwise occupied. If it determines that they're sitting idle, it will proceed to verbally engage them – this could consist of suggesting they get some exercise, telling them jokes or trivia, offering to play music which it's learned that they like.It could also play them a video on a subject in which they're interested. It can also be used to schedule tasks and set reminders, such as telling users that they need to take their medication or get a drink of water – family members can remotely set these for the user, via an accompanying app. OPS: ElliQ device includes the talking robotic head-like device which has an LED light ring to add expression. Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10018 ElliQ1 12/01/2019 See Ferrari text Picture must credit: Intuition Robotics Isolated elderly are being given the chance to reconnect with the world using a new proactive talking robot.Israel-based tech firm Intuition Robotics has set out to address that problem, with its ElliQ system. It consists of three main parts.A base unit that incorporates a microphone array, speaker and magnetic charging dock.Next, there is a dual-camera-equipped tablet that snaps into that dock.Finally, there is the actual ElliQ unit itself which is a robotic head that moves around as the system converses using a synthetic voice and speech recognition system.It moves in the same way a person might move their head while talking. It has a camera of its own, along with an LED-ring "face."ElliQ is reportedly capable of reading the room, seeing and hearing if its user is talking to someone, watching TV, or is otherwise occupied. If it determines that they're sitting idle, it will proceed to verbally engage them – this could consist of suggesting they get some exercise, telling them jokes or trivia, offering to play music which it's learned that they like.It could also play them a video on a subject in which they're interested. It can also be used to schedule tasks and set reminders, such as telling users that they need to take their medication or get a drink of water – family members can remotely set these for the user, via an accompanying app. OPS: ElliQ device includes the talking robotic head-like device which has an LED light ring to add expression. It can read alert the user when a message arrives and connect by video if connected or read messages out aloud Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10018 ElliQ1 12/01/2019 See Ferrari text Picture must credit: Intuition Robotics Isolated elderly are being given the chance to reconnect with the world using a new proactive talking robot.Israel-based tech firm Intuition Robotics has set out to address that problem, with its ElliQ system. It consists of three main parts.A base unit that incorporates a microphone array, speaker and magnetic charging dock.Next, there is a dual-camera-equipped tablet that snaps into that dock.Finally, there is the actual ElliQ unit itself which is a robotic head that moves around as the system converses using a synthetic voice and speech recognition system.It moves in the same way a person might move their head while talking. It has a camera of its own, along with an LED-ring "face."ElliQ is reportedly capable of reading the room, seeing and hearing if its user is talking to someone, watching TV, or is otherwise occupied. If it determines that they're sitting idle, it will proceed to verbally engage them – this could consist of suggesting they get some exercise, telling them jokes or trivia, offering to play music which it's learned that they like.It could also play them a video on a subject in which they're interested. It can also be used to schedule tasks and set reminders, such as telling users that they need to take their medication or get a drink of water – family members can remotely set these for the user, via an accompanying app. OPS: ElliQ device rear view Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10018 ElliQ1 12/01/2019 See Ferrari text Picture must credit: Intuition Robotics Isolated elderly are being given the chance to reconnect with the world using a new proactive talking robot.Israel-based tech firm Intuition Robotics has set out to address that problem, with its ElliQ system. It consists of three main parts.A base unit that incorporates a microphone array, speaker and magnetic charging dock.Next, there is a dual-camera-equipped tablet that snaps into that dock.Finally, there is the actual ElliQ unit itself which is a robotic head that moves around as the system converses using a synthetic voice and speech recognition system.It moves in the same way a person might move their head while talking. It has a camera of its own, along with an LED-ring "face."ElliQ is reportedly capable of reading the room, seeing and hearing if its user is talking to someone, watching TV, or is otherwise occupied. If it determines that they're sitting idle, it will proceed to verbally engage them – this could consist of suggesting they get some exercise, telling them jokes or trivia, offering to play music which it's learned that they like.It could also play them a video on a subject in which they're interested. It can also be used to schedule tasks and set reminders, such as telling users that they need to take their medication or get a drink of water – family members can remotely set these for the user, via an accompanying app. OPS: ElliQ device includes the talking robotic head-like device which has an LED light ring to add expression. It can read aloud from incoming texts as shown here. Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10018 ElliQ1 12/01/2019 See Ferrari text Picture must credit: Intuition Robotics Isolated elderly are being given the chance to reconnect with the world using a new proactive talking robot.Israel-based tech firm Intuition Robotics has set out to address that problem, with its ElliQ system. It consists of three main parts.A base unit that incorporates a microphone array, speaker and magnetic charging dock.Next, there is a dual-camera-equipped tablet that snaps into that dock.Finally, there is the actual ElliQ unit itself which is a robotic head that moves around as the system converses using a synthetic voice and speech recognition system.It moves in the same way a person might move their head while talking. It has a camera of its own, along with an LED-ring "face."ElliQ is reportedly capable of reading the room, seeing and hearing if its user is talking to someone, watching TV, or is otherwise occupied. If it determines that they're sitting idle, it will proceed to verbally engage them – this could consist of suggesting they get some exercise, telling them jokes or trivia, offering to play music which it's learned that they like.It could also play them a video on a subject in which they're interested. It can also be used to schedule tasks and set reminders, such as telling users that they need to take their medication or get a drink of water – family members can remotely set these for the user, via an accompanying app. OPS: ElliQ device includes the talking robotic head-like device which has an LED light ring to add expression. It can connect to friends and loved ones as shown here and read out messages Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10018 ElliQ1 12/01/2019 See Ferrari text Picture must credit: Intuition Robotics Isolated elderly are being given the chance to reconnect with the world using a new proactive talking robot.Israel-based tech firm Intuition Robotics has set out to address that problem, with its ElliQ system. It consists of three main parts.A base unit that incorporates a microphone array, speaker and magnetic charging dock.Next, there is a dual-camera-equipped tablet that snaps into that dock.Finally, there is the actual ElliQ unit itself which is a robotic head that moves around as the system converses using a synthetic voice and speech recognition system.It moves in the same way a person might move their head while talking. It has a camera of its own, along with an LED-ring "face."ElliQ is reportedly capable of reading the room, seeing and hearing if its user is talking to someone, watching TV, or is otherwise occupied. If it determines that they're sitting idle, it will proceed to verbally engage them – this could consist of suggesting they get some exercise, telling them jokes or trivia, offering to play music which it's learned that they like.It could also play them a video on a subject in which they're interested. It can also be used to schedule tasks and set reminders, such as telling users that they need to take their medication or get a drink of water – family members can remotely set these for the user, via an accompanying app. OPS: ElliQ device includes the talking robotic head-like device which has an LED light ring to add expression. It can connect to friends and loved ones as shown here and read out messages Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10018 ElliQ1 12/01/2019 See Ferrari text Picture must credit: Intuition Robotics Isolated elderly are being given the chance to reconnect with the world using a new proactive talking robot.Israel-based tech firm Intuition Robotics has set out to address that problem, with its ElliQ system. It consists of three main parts.A base unit that incorporates a microphone array, speaker and magnetic charging dock.Next, there is a dual-camera-equipped tablet that snaps into that dock.Finally, there is the actual ElliQ unit itself which is a robotic head that moves around as the system converses using a synthetic voice and speech recognition system.It moves in the same way a person might move their head while talking. It has a camera of its own, along with an LED-ring "face."ElliQ is reportedly capable of reading the room, seeing and hearing if its user is talking to someone, watching TV, or is otherwise occupied. If it determines that they're sitting idle, it will proceed to verbally engage them – this could consist of suggesting they get some exercise, telling them jokes or trivia, offering to play music which it's learned that they like.It could also play them a video on a subject in which they're interested. It can also be used to schedule tasks and set reminders, such as telling users that they need to take their medication or get a drink of water – family members can remotely set these for the user, via an accompanying app. OPS: ElliQ device includes the talking robotic head-like device which has an LED light ring to add expression. It can connect to friends and loved ones as shown here and read out messages Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10018 ElliQ1 12/01/2019 See Ferrari text Picture must credit: Intuition Robotics Isolated elderly are being given the chance to reconnect with the world using a new proactive talking robot.Israel-based tech firm Intuition Robotics has set out to address that problem, with its ElliQ system. It consists of three main parts.A base unit that incorporates a microphone array, speaker and magnetic charging dock.Next, there is a dual-camera-equipped tablet that snaps into that dock.Finally, there is the actual ElliQ unit itself which is a robotic head that moves around as the system converses using a synthetic voice and speech recognition system.It moves in the same way a person might move their head while talking. It has a camera of its own, along with an LED-ring "face."ElliQ is reportedly capable of reading the room, seeing and hearing if its user is talking to someone, watching TV, or is otherwise occupied. If it determines that they're sitting idle, it will proceed to verbally engage them – this could consist of suggesting they get some exercise, telling them jokes or trivia, offering to play music which it's learned that they like.It could also play them a video on a subject in which they're interested. It can also be used to schedule tasks and set reminders, such as telling users that they need to take their medication or get a drink of water – family members can remotely set these for the user, via an accompanying app. OPS: ElliQ device includes the talking robotic head-like device which has an LED light ring to add expression. It can read aloud from incoming texts as shown here. Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10018 ElliQ1 12/01/2019 See Ferrari text Picture must credit: Intuition Robotics Isolated elderly are being given the chance to reconnect with the world using a new proactive talking robot.Israel-based tech firm Intuition Robotics has set out to address that problem, with its ElliQ system. It consists of three main parts.A base unit that incorporates a microphone array, speaker and magnetic charging dock.Next, there is a dual-camera-equipped tablet that snaps into that dock.Finally, there is the actual ElliQ unit itself which is a robotic head that moves around as the system converses using a synthetic voice and speech recognition system.It moves in the same way a person might move their head while talking. It has a camera of its own, along with an LED-ring "face."ElliQ is reportedly capable of reading the room, seeing and hearing if its user is talking to someone, watching TV, or is otherwise occupied. If it determines that they're sitting idle, it will proceed to verbally engage them – this could consist of suggesting they get some exercise, telling them jokes or trivia, offering to play music which it's learned that they like.It could also play them a video on a subject in which they're interested. It can also be used to schedule tasks and set reminders, such as telling users that they need to take their medication or get a drink of water – family members can remotely set these for the user, via an accompanying app. OPS: ElliQ device includes the talking robotic head-like device which has an LED light ring to add expression. It can connect to friends and loved ones as shown here and read out messages Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10018 ElliQ1 12/01/2019 See Ferrari text Picture must credit: Intuition Robotics Isolated elderly are being given the chance to reconnect with the world using a new proactive talking robot.Israel-based tech firm Intuition Robotics has set out to address that problem, with its ElliQ system. It consists of three main parts.A base unit that incorporates a microphone array, speaker and magnetic charging dock.Next, there is a dual-camera-equipped tablet that snaps into that dock.Finally, there is the actual ElliQ unit itself which is a robotic head that moves around as the system converses using a synthetic voice and speech recognition system.It moves in the same way a person might move their head while talking. It has a camera of its own, along with an LED-ring "face."ElliQ is reportedly capable of reading the room, seeing and hearing if its user is talking to someone, watching TV, or is otherwise occupied. If it determines that they're sitting idle, it will proceed to verbally engage them – this could consist of suggesting they get some exercise, telling them jokes or trivia, offering to play music which it's learned that they like.It could also play them a video on a subject in which they're interested. It can also be used to schedule tasks and set reminders, such as telling users that they need to take their medication or get a drink of water – family members can remotely set these for the user, via an accompanying app. OPS: ElliQ device includes the talking robotic head-like device which has an LED light ring to add expression.When idle, it shows screen-saver images Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10018 ElliQ1 12/01/2019 See Ferrari text Picture must credit: Intuition Robotics Isolated elderly are being given the chance to reconnect with the world using a new proactive talking robot.Israel-based tech firm Intuition Robotics has set out to address that problem, with its ElliQ system. It consists of three main parts.A base unit that incorporates a microphone array, speaker and magnetic charging dock.Next, there is a dual-camera-equipped tablet that snaps into that dock.Finally, there is the actual ElliQ unit itself which is a robotic head that moves around as the system converses using a synthetic voice and speech recognition system.It moves in the same way a person might move their head while talking. It has a camera of its own, along with an LED-ring "face."ElliQ is reportedly capable of reading the room, seeing and hearing if its user is talking to someone, watching TV, or is otherwise occupied. If it determines that they're sitting idle, it will proceed to verbally engage them – this could consist of suggesting they get some exercise, telling them jokes or trivia, offering to play music which it's learned that they like.It could also play them a video on a subject in which they're interested. It can also be used to schedule tasks and set reminders, such as telling users that they need to take their medication or get a drink of water – family members can remotely set these for the user, via an accompanying app. OPS: ElliQ device includes the talking robotic head-like device which has an LED light ring to add expression. It can connect to friends and loved ones as shown here and read out messages Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10018 ElliQ1 12/01/2019 See Ferrari text Picture must credit: Intuition Robotics Isolated elderly are being given the chance to reconnect with the world using a new proactive talking robot.Israel-based tech firm Intuition Robotics has set out to address that problem, with its ElliQ system. It consists of three main parts.A base unit that incorporates a microphone array, speaker and magnetic charging dock.Next, there is a dual-camera-equipped tablet that snaps into that dock.Finally, there is the actual ElliQ unit itself which is a robotic head that moves around as the system converses using a synthetic voice and speech recognition system.It moves in the same way a person might move their head while talking. It has a camera of its own, along with an LED-ring "face."ElliQ is reportedly capable of reading the room, seeing and hearing if its user is talking to someone, watching TV, or is otherwise occupied. If it determines that they're sitting idle, it will proceed to verbally engage them – this could consist of suggesting they get some exercise, telling them jokes or trivia, offering to play music which it's learned that they like.It could also play them a video on a subject in which they're interested. It can also be used to schedule tasks and set reminders, such as telling users that they need to take their medication or get a drink of water – family members can remotely set these for the user, via an accompanying app. OPS: ElliQ device includes the talking robotic head-like device which has an LED light ring to add expression. It can connect to friends and loved ones as shown here and read out messages Picture supplied by Ferrari

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