This week a new robotic personal assistant called Olly has been unveiled during the TechCrunch Disrupt London 2015 event, which has been created by Emotech.
Olly has been designed to provide the features you would expect from a robot personal assistant but also creates in own a personality that grows and develops through the unique interactions it has with its user.
The plant pot style robotic personal assistant has been designed to understand human forms of communication, and provide a seamless experience says its creators. Olly is equipped with brain-inspired computing technology that allow it to understand context and when information is appropriate for its user.
Unfortunately the Olly robot assistant is still about 1.5 years away from arriving in the consumer market but is already showing plenty of promise. The development team behind Olly will be launching a crowdfunding campaign in the near future to raise the required funds to take the personal assistant into production and provide competition to the already available Amazon Echo and similar.
For more details about the new Olly personal assistant that was unveiled during this week’s Disrupt London 2015 event jump over to the Tech Crunch website via the link below for more details and answers to questions you may have about the functionality and design of Olly.