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Ivan Kirigin's views on Robotics & Culture: future. perfect. progress.

Monday, August 29, 2005


Living with the family
"wakamaru" lives in accordance with his own daily schedules as well as those of its owners, and it can update these schedules based on contact with the owner.
Speaking with the family
Not only does "wakamaru" respond to actions from people like other conventional robots, but it also takes the initiative in speaking to the family based on the information he obtains from contact with the family.
Its own role in the family
"wakamaru" connects itself to the network to provide necessary information for daily life. It looks after the house while the family is absent, watches out for unusual conditions, and is convenient for the life of family members.


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