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  • Rustyshakelford
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    Originally posted by Visinedrops View Post
    Didn't know where else to post this, due to it not really relating to anything I've seen on here.

    http://www.projectaiko.com/video.html

    Project Aiko (Japanese: 愛子) is Canada's first functional female android and was developed by Le Trung, a chemist graduate from York University. The project is also headed by Le Trung, who has designed the software and the hardware for the android. The name, Aiko, is derived from the combination of the word "Ai" love and "ko" child. Project Aiko is not to be confused with the anime Project A-ko.


    According to Le, Aiko is Canada's first android that can mimic pain, and has the ability to learn what pain is and avoid it. Her first public appearance was held at the Toronto International Center Exhibition in 2007 during the Hobby Show. Aiko's physical body and gear were built in a period of 3 months at a cost of $25,000 in US funds. However, Mr. Le is continually adding new hardware and software to Aiko, thus making the android more human like.

    Mr. Le said silicone from a Japanese Doll company was used to construct Aiko's body, which looks similar to human skin. The android weighs 30 kilograms and has a height of 151 centimeters.

    The creator also said that Aiko can recognize speech, voice, faces, motion, and objects. Aiko can also solve math problems displayed to it visually. Furthermore, Aiko has access to servers to get weather information worldwide. By using the B.R.A.I.N.S. software (Biometric Robot Artificial Intelligence Neural System) Mr. Le designed, Aiko has the ability to learn simple new information from her surroundings. The android can speak Japanese and English, with 13,000 sentences to respond to questions verbally. Aiko has many sensors in her body and arms to interact with people when being touched.

    Mr. Le has said that he hopes to have Aiko walk one day. In addition, he will also improve the B.R.A.I.N.S. software to make it perform better with the hardware. There are no plans right now for anything similar to RealDoll.

    Lets work this out. $25,000 (the cost of a wedding) can be shut off and put in a closet. Teach it to cook, clean and do laundry and, partner, you have a deal!!

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  • Oddball
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    While one side of my brain is fascinated by the technology, the other realizes just how lonely we are becoming as a society.

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  • Visinedrops
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    Project AIKO

    Didn't know where else to post this, due to it not really relating to anything I've seen on here.

    http://www.projectaiko.com/video.html

    Project Aiko (Japanese: 愛子) is Canada's first functional female android and was developed by Le Trung, a chemist graduate from York University. The project is also headed by Le Trung, who has designed the software and the hardware for the android. The name, Aiko, is derived from the combination of the word "Ai" love and "ko" child. Project Aiko is not to be confused with the anime Project A-ko.


    According to Le, Aiko is Canada's first android that can mimic pain, and has the ability to learn what pain is and avoid it. Her first public appearance was held at the Toronto International Center Exhibition in 2007 during the Hobby Show. Aiko's physical body and gear were built in a period of 3 months at a cost of $25,000 in US funds. However, Mr. Le is continually adding new hardware and software to Aiko, thus making the android more human like.

    Mr. Le said silicone from a Japanese Doll company was used to construct Aiko's body, which looks similar to human skin. The android weighs 30 kilograms and has a height of 151 centimeters.

    The creator also said that Aiko can recognize speech, voice, faces, motion, and objects. Aiko can also solve math problems displayed to it visually. Furthermore, Aiko has access to servers to get weather information worldwide. By using the B.R.A.I.N.S. software (Biometric Robot Artificial Intelligence Neural System) Mr. Le designed, Aiko has the ability to learn simple new information from her surroundings. The android can speak Japanese and English, with 13,000 sentences to respond to questions verbally. Aiko has many sensors in her body and arms to interact with people when being touched.

    Mr. Le has said that he hopes to have Aiko walk one day. In addition, he will also improve the B.R.A.I.N.S. software to make it perform better with the hardware. There are no plans right now for anything similar to RealDoll.
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