Robots Fashion Show

Click here to see robot runway show.

Our good friend, Robin Raskin, founder of Living In Digital Times, is in China now at CES Asia. Robin is all about showing off the most innovative products at CES in Vegas and Asia. This week Robin actually created an event called “Robots on the Runway.” Here are a few of runway stars.

Robin Raskin with her robot friends.

XiaoXue is a hostess robot that greets guests at a store’s entrance. It has a voice system, a human-machine interaction system, a facial recognition system, and smart marketing.

GT Wonder Boy is a SMART companion for people of all ages from all different walks of lives. A compact entertainer who can sing and dance.

Amy can follow your voice, respond to directional commands, and interact organically. Amy is trained to recognize you and your voice.

MU MoonBot is a 3 in 1 DIY robot kit with much improved AI. Kids can learn STEAM skills with creatively designing, building, and programming the MoonBot

This Is What You Need To Know About Alexa 

Alexa was the most popular innovation at CES. Everyone was talking about her. I want to make sure that you know exactly what Alexa is all about because this voice-controlled intelligent personal assistant is going to enter your life in many ways.  

This is good news for seniors. We now have a personal assistant that is capable of “voice interaction, music playback, making to-do lists, setting alarms, streaming podcasts, playing audiobooks, and providing weather, traffic and other real time information. It can also control several smart devices using itself as a home automation hub.”

Alexa lives in cylinders, home security, TV sets, home management, plus, plus. Many tech categories are thinking of new ways to include the voice recognition software. It’s pretty obvious Americans love giving orders.

My co-podcaster, TV personality and Innovation Insider Steve Greenberg, and I, discussed Alexa on a recent broadcast of Lying on the Beach. If you want to learn more about Alexa from us, click here.

If you want to read more about the complexity of Alexa in the years to come from Wired, a leading tech magazine, click here.

Enjoy the information. It’s your future. 

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