新的 Robi 即将于月底开卖,支持个性定制且引入 Kyubo 助手

By robi, technode, 新闻, 智能硬件

Robi 是一个很成功的陪伴型机器人,其已经在市场上销售了将近 10 年的时间。而现在,官方终于宣布,即将推出第二代 Robi 2 产品,并且这次还会有一个助手,取名 Kyubo。最快,其会在这个月底日本本土率先出货。 第一代 Robi 机器人约重 1Kg,尺寸 34cm(H)x16cm(W)x12cm(D)。由 20 组马达所构成,以高性能微电脑基板控制动作,另搭载人体感应器、语音识别基板等元件。除了情境对话外,Robi 还会唱歌、跳舞、计时、打开电视、玩游戏、保全、打扫等功能。它还会根据人体的动作而将脸部朝向对方,头部有遥控模组,可以发出红外线,取代电视遥控器开关、转台的功能。 第二代 Robi 2 将在性能上进行提升。首先,其会记住家庭成员的脸和名字,可以分别对 10 个不同的成员用不同的语言打招呼。Robi 2 支持拍照,可以拍下你微笑的样子,并将其储存起来,供你日后回忆。另外,其增加了定制功能,可以选择你自己的个性化部位颜色。 值得一提的是,新的 Robi 2 还引入了一个名叫 Kyubo 的助手,造型更加简洁,只有 16.5cm 的身高。它可以陪你交谈,还可以陪你看书,或者进行英语会话,还会玩一些简单的游戏。用户还可以扫描二维码增加新的动作,同时可通过附属的的 Kokoro SD 卡让第一代 Robi 与 Robi 2 互动。

本文 新的 Robi 即将于月底开卖,支持个性定制且引入 Kyubo 助手 来自 动点科技.

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Five unicorns coming from China’s emerging verticals

By China, Co-working, Guazi, icarbonx, knowledge sharing, online finance, Robotics, technode, UBTECH, unicorns, UrWork, used car trading, zhihu

When the word “unicorn” was first coined by Aileen Lee of Cowboy Ventures in 2013 to refer to startups valued at $1 billion by private or public markets. They were supposed to a select group of rare and mythical creatures. Since then, however, has expanded quickly with Chinese companies providing their fair share. Here we […]

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By asset management, banking system, Bitcoin, Blockchain, China, digitalization, Finance, KPMG, market, online finance, Sharing Economy, technode, trust, World Economic Forum

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The view on fake news from Sweden

By digiday, Publishers, UK

Sweden, with one of the oldest free presses in the world, has seen a worrying rise in hate speech and fake news, according to Ehsan Fadakar, social media columnist at tabloid Aftonbladet. But publishers there have a more direct connection with their readers than in other countries, making combating fake news somewhat easier. Publishers are also working to burst the Facebook filter bubble by using paid search to target those who have been duped by false stories.

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The global state of fake news in 5 charts

By digiday, Platforms

Since the presidential election, media coverage of fake news increased dramatically both domestically and internationally. Despite the increased coverage of fake news, surveys show that users are still overconfident in their ability to detect false stories. “This is a global issue,” said Forrester analyst Susan Bidel. “Fake news will be a problem wherever fake-news generators can make money.”

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‘It won’t look anything like digital’: Confessions of a TV sales exec on programmatic TV

By bxconfessions, digiday, Publishers

Digital programmatic vendors aching to bring automation to TV are approaching the medium in the wrong way, according to one senior TV ad sales executive. Instead of trying to simplify transactions — which is what programmatic does on digital and which the $70 billion annual TV ad business does not need — the focus should be on improving the use of data to make better buying and selling decisions.

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Calligraphy, culture and humor: The recipe to Pentel pens’ Instagram success

By brands, digiday

A photo-heavy platform like Instagram may seem like an odd place for a pen brand to find its place, but Pentel of America has cracked the code. While Pentel didn’t see much traction on the platform initially, things really took a turn for the better in 2016, with the brand witnessing a 328 percent growth on Instagram over the year. Its follower count shot up to over 40,000 followers from 11,000, and it amassed over 51,000 post likes in the process. The secret ingredient to Pentel’s newfound success: a refocused strategy based on humor, irreverence and wordplay around both everyday moments and big cultural events.

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The good and bad news for UK women in advertising in 5 charts

By Agencies, digiday, UK

Advertising’s head honchos are paying more lip service to diversity than ever, but the reality of women actually working in the industry is a mixed bag. While the broad strokes indicate that while gender equality is improving in the U.K., it’s happening at a glacial pace. And there is still work to be done to achieve parity between the sexes — both in pay and representation in advertising’s higher ranks.

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