George Formitchev, CEO of Endurance Robots, demonstrates the company’s new chatbot platform
Endurance Robots has developed an open source platform to enable developers to build their own chatbots.
CEO George Formitchev says the system is capable of facilitating the development of something like Jibo, Alexa, or Siri – some of the more well known chatbots on the market.
He adds that the SelfieBot Endurance ChatBot allows you to create your own personal assistant to “answer your emails and to communicate with you and on your behalf”.
Formitchev says the applications of the system could be “to help you learn a foreign language and to be a key addition in your everyday life”.
Endurance has a wide range of robotic solutions, including lasers for industrial applications, and like its chatbot most of it is open source and instructions on
how to get started are on the company’s website.
Picture: Matthew Hurst
The market for chatbots is on course to reach $1 billion by 2024, according to a new report by Transparency Market Research.
Advances in high-end artificial intelligence development is allowing companies to attain a far greater consumer pool than before, says Transparency.
Facebook, Google, and Microsoft were the “clear winners” in the global chabot market in 2015, adds the company.
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The SelfieBot by Endurance Robots
By George Formitchev
Ray Kurzweil said that one day we’ll become hemi hybrids – demi humans, demi cyborgs…
I want it to happen as soon as possible.
It’s all about information.
It’s growing with every passing day. It takes more and more time to uptake and process this massive data. So less free time remains. Robots could provide us a strong support in processing, structuring and memorizing new information.
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