Robotic dog unerringly recognizes faces and loves fondling
British specialists of Consequential Robotics have invented a funny robotic dog called MiRo that feels touches and unerringly recognizes human faces.
Scientists believe that a mechanical pet with artificial intelligence can become a true friend for elderly and disabled people. MiRo hardly requires maintenance, stays near the owner, responds to smells, recognizes people, likes fondling, excellently imitating a live dog without the need for regular walks, feeding, etc. Just has to be recharged from time to time.
MiRo’s functions are supported by a variety of sensors. It will not dash into objects or get under your feet. Instead, a robodog will entertain and bring joy to the owner.