IIT-Bombay graduates launch India’s first advanced personal robot for kids

The fast moving world, the robotics plays a huge role robots are making the work easy now in India the robot called “Miko 2” has been introduced by Alumni of the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Bombay Vaswani, Prashant V Iyengar and Chintan S Raikar.
The robot “Miko 2” can not only teach and communicate with children but its emotional intelligence allows it to understand their moods better. It will be available for public on December 15, 2018.
Alumni of the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Bombay Vaswani, Prashant V Iyengar and Chintan S Raikar launch what they claim to be India’s first advanced personal robot for children called ‘Miko 2’. The robot will help parents in early education, development of children by engaging in ‘playful learning’. WiFi-operated robot, costing Rs 24,999, will be available from December 15, 2018. “The robot can initiate and hold long conversations with kids. It can impart academic and general knowledge among children. It is powered by a proprietary emotional intelligence engine developed by emotix. This enables the robot to identify and remember the child’s moods and adapt to it,” said co-founder and CEO Sneh Raj Kumar Vaswani.
The Miko 2 encompasses a major makeover to its maiden product, Miko launched last year, and the new series of robots can see, hear, sense, express, talk, recognize faces, remember names, sense moods, initiate conversation, and learn form its own environment to develop a bond with the child.it will helps the children to learn quickly and accurately. The robot comes with preloaded games, riddles, fun facts, rhymes, music, dance etc. and can be loaded with new content a source said.

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