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Top Education Robot For Kids - ROYBI

  AI Powered, Educational Robot Lessons in STEM, Languages and More ROYBI is an AI powered, robot teacher for kids 3 to 7 years old.  It is a Time Magazine Best Innovation winner.  The robotic educational instructor comes with over 500 free lessons, 73 free categories, age appropriate content and 40 free stories and songs.  ROYBI is particularly good at helping kids to learn a new language and STEM disciplines. Robot Toy Learning Tool ROYBI looks like a cute little alien toy but it offers powerful AI enabled learning tools.  The robot uses machine learning and customizes its lessons and responses to each child's unique style of learning.  The robot can even recognize the child's emotional reactions and provide content like a story or song that the child will particularly enjoy.  It is priced under $200.00 and is being distributed worldwide. ROYBI Now Speaks Mandarin Chinese ROYBI lists operating headquarters in San Jose, CA and Shenzhen, China.  The company calls ROYBI a virtua

Google: Speech Recognition Next Big Tech

Google Forecast - Speech Will Be the Next Big Leap for the Internet MIT Image of Speech Recognition Google Turns Twenty Google turned 20 on 9/24/2018.  And, the company, with a storied history of innovation, is forecasting that speech recognition and the understanding of language are the keys to the future of information and search.  They believe that is literally the future of the internet. Better Understanding of Common Language Advanced voice services will be the next big leap.  That's according to Google's head of search Ben Gomes.  He and Google believe what's crucial to the future of the internet is a better understanding of common language.  This is very complex territory as there are millions of problems that arise and need to be solved in the many languages used to search for information on the internet. Google's Leadership in Speech Recognition Tech Google has been at the forefront of voice recognition.  Voice recognition is built into Googl