The Four days tech-packed event finishes today, with Samsung’s attendance well-perceived after the tech giant introduces a health-based robotic partner along with a can-like ‘Bot Air’
Yes! you had me right. A health-based robotic partner that is designed to be your most innocent and positive minded buddy. The Korean-based tech giant has been able to pack a lot of intelligent features into a unique body.
During the CES event in Las Vegas, NV, Samsung offered a peek into the future of Connected Living by demonstrating its latest developments in robotics platforms including the Samsung Bot Care, Samsung Bot Air, Samsung Bot Retail, and Samsung GEMS. Among the robotics platforms, Samsung gave a first public demonstration of Samsung Bot Care, which is engineered to help manage daily health routines. With its advances in AI and robotics, the company is harnessing its best assets to make a positive impact on society and shape a better world.
The Bot Air on the other end is designed to help keep a healthy atmosphere. If you had one in your house, it would automatically go to different rooms to clean the air — like your kitchen for instance, when you’ve burned something in your oven. The light around the bottom of the machine flashes red when the air is dirty and changes to green once everything is clear.
It’s just one of the ways Samsung is trying to expand artificial intelligence into all its products. The company, which makes everything from TVs to memory chips, has been pushing its Bixby digital assistant in its phones, televisions and home appliances. Now it’s attempting its first foray into robots for consumers with its Bot Air for air purification, Bot Care for health monitoring, Bot Retail for restaurants and shops, and GEMS (Gait Enhancing and Motivating System) to help with mobility issues.