The AI-Powered Pet Robot, Kiki, Doesn’t Shed Fur: Los Angeles, The United States: As per every year, the CES 2019 also noticed a number of interesting creations and innovations and one of them being is an AI-powered robot called Kiki.
Kiki looks like Eva (initialism od extreme value analysis) from the movie Wall-E and has cat ears. The robot is mechanized by artificial intelligence, which primarily means it learns human behavior over time to respond to situations.
As per Cnet, Kiki is a companionship robot or you can say a friendship machine. It is loaded with a camera in its nose to help identify the environment and remember people. Once its lock feature appears on a face, it will track the person by moving its head, much like a real pet would.
The robot is also capable of identifying if you are feeling upset, depending on your body language and with that, it will cheer you up by singing or dancing.
Even though it’s a smart pet, Kiki needs to be fed. You can say, almost virtually. When owners are done with the petting or scratching, they need to draw common food items, which it recognizes through a connected app.