The new toy, which will be available in various colors, is equipped with a multi-functional button on its stomach through which several features are enabled. When turned on, this small dinosaur is able to ask the youngster things like the name, favorite color and then some. It can help the child find out about hues, tallying, spelling an expression and a great deal more. Furthermore, it can even present some mathematic problems.
While interacting with children, the toy itself finds out more about them and automatically adapts to the youngsters’ knowledge level. What is more, the dinosaur likewise gathers and analyzes the data on the cloud. Saving the information in the cloud can be worrisome for parents but, CogniToys guaranteed that the information gathered is totally anonymous and can’t be employ to identify somebody.
The toy is also useful for parents. Alongside the smart gimmicks for youngsters, the dino additionally gives folks an advanced cloud-based support for them to have access to their kid’s progress with the toy. It will enable them to find out what their kid is learning about and other things. No other individual can see this data.
The venture is right now on Kickstarter to raise about $50,000 and to dole out this small talking dino for $89 to the first buyers. The project is doing quite all right as it effectively raised more than $25,000 on the Kickstarter.
This small dino toy has been based on the IBM Watson, which is seemingly the business’ best cognitive programming, and the Elemental Path’s private speech recognition device called Friendgine.
An Elemental Path announcement wrote:
“Thanks to the power of IBM’s Cognitive Computing Engine, Watson, Elemental Path is creating the next generation of toys and changing the way kids learn and play.”
The green dino will also be accessible for $99, with global shipment scheduled for November. For $198, interested shoppers can have two toys. An exceptional $1,000+ prize is likewise available for the generous bidders on Kickstarter. Elemental Path will give a school of their choice 10 CogniToys along with personalized content.
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