Wednesday, 18 February 2015

CogniToys draw on IBM's Watson for some serious smarts

Today, an interactive toy is more often than not a chatty teddy bear with a very limited repertoire, but Elemental Path is developing a "CogniToy" that would relegate such toys to the dunce's chair. The Dino CogniToy isn't just a plastic dinosaur with a chip, it's a plastic dinosaur connected to IBM's Watson artificially intelligent computer system, which makes it not simply interactive, but also a toy that can "evolve, learn, and grow" with a child... Continue Reading CogniToys draw on IBM's Watson for some serious smarts

Section: Children

Tags: 3D Printing, Education, IBM, Kickstarter, Supercomputer, Toys, Watson

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