Robot Sensitive to Emotion IntroducedMark Melin
What’s missing in the human / robot experience? Emotion. Japan’s billionare Masayoshi Son, founder has an answer that may make people smile. Robots that sense emotion.
Meet "Pepper" who senses emotion in voice on on your face
Son’s mobile phone company, Softbank Corp (OTCMKTS:SFTBF) (TYO:9984), introduced today a robot named “Pepper” that will go on sale February 2015 that can recognize the emotions of people around it through facial expressions and voice intonations. The starting price for the robot will be $1,900 . . .
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