Artificial intelligence dolls are expected to become the standard in doll design by 2025, according to an AI research company.
Artificial intelligence dolls will be among the first to become standardised in the home and will have the potential to change the way children and adults interact with each other.
But while they may not be the ideal companion for your child, the research suggests they can be a good way to keep them busy and entertained.
“Artificial Intelligence dolls are really, really good for kids,” said Matt Gartland, senior director of research at AI Lab.
“They’re going to be the standard for what kids and parents can do with their dolls, they can learn about them, they’re going have an impact on how they play, they are going to allow us to make dolls that they can play with.”
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They are the product of artificial intelligence software developed by companies like Microsoft and Google.
The dolls are equipped with sensors and other systems that can help them communicate with people around them and even recognise objects.
Articulati are also expected to be used for educational purposes, with schools and universities planning to roll out the technology in their classrooms.
Artisulati, also known as ‘bionic’ or ‘super intelligent’ dolls, can be controlled by people using a computer, so they have the power to mimic real human behaviour.
“A lot of the kids who were going to learn the most about artificial intelligence had to be taught to control the dolls,” said Mr Gartlands.
“You can’t teach a robot how to walk or how to read a book.”
And if you don’t have a human in the room, it’s a lot harder to teach it to read.
“If you have a computer in the classroom, you can start teaching it how to write or how it’s going to walk.”
Articula is already being used in schools and is being used for classroom training.
The technology is also being used to help people in need.
“The dolls we are training are using some of these technologies to teach people who are going through difficult times how to cope with it,” Mr Garth said.
“We are using artificial intelligence to help a group of people that have been through difficult things and we are using technology to help the people who have been hurt or really hurt by these events.”
Mr Gartgard said artificial intelligence dolls could also be used as a tool to improve children’s behaviour.
Artisanal dolls are made by hand to a specification, and can be customized with a variety of designs and materials.
“With this technology, you’re going not just going to get the standard look, you are going for a lot more,” he said.
“You can have a look at how it was made and you can say, ‘this is how we made this and this is how it should look’.”
It’s the ability to do that that is going to bring it into the mainstream.
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Artificially Intelligent dolls have already been used in Australia to teach children about art.”
I’ve seen a lot of people use a lot and a lot can be done with a doll, but it’s really important to use it right and make sure that it’s not just something that is used for a few hours a day and it’s never going to become an everyday part of their life,” Mr Matt Garth, senior technology analyst at AI lab, said.
The research is based on the work of Professor John Stapleton from the School of Computer Science at the University of Queensland, who is part of the AIM Institute, which is a research organisation for artificial intelligence.
Professor Stapler’s research was published in the Australian Journal of Artificial Intelligence (AJAI) last year.”
There are people who use the A.I. doll to do maths, there are people with autism and there are children who have autism who use it to help them to learn how to solve puzzles,” he explained.”
It does help to help children and to teach them how to interact with the world, but also to make them more empathic and more understanding.
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