Hi all, i am still waiting for emo but want to ask a quick question if that’s okay.
I plan when emo comes to put his skateboard and light on my beside table so its easy to charge him.
Okay my question
Does emo know when its night time and sleep like everyone else? I would be putting him on his skateboard at night anyway.
He seems to learn your sleeping pattern. When I first got Emo he would groan in the night and wake me up. Now he tends to sleep when I do and snore occasionally which is fine and I have Vectors in the room too and they snore randomly in the night. If it wakes me it’s only for a moment and I fall right back to sleep. So, I don’t think you’ll have a problem once he gets used to your sleeping pattern.
Thanks, that answers my question
If I can also add, with the latest firmware 1.4.0. EMO will play a lot more on this skateboard, but once it gets to approx 8-9pm at night he will slow down and not make as much noise as he would during the day. He might occasionally read a book, but won’t be making any major noise (apart from his sleeping / snoring sounds ) haha.
If you think he’s making too much noise at night, you can easily just power him off / take him off his stakeboard and then in the morning, just place him back on his skateboard and he will start up again.
I would suggest though to have EMO in a nice area so he can explore and walk around, normally bedside stands are little small, and it won’t have a lot of room for EMO to walk around on.
I need some information on emo… while I await his arrival!
Does he really have artificial intelligence? Is he autonomous? Does he interact? And does he have a personality that changes according to the interaction?
can you control it as a security camera?
compared to vector what differences does it have? which one is better?
Should EMO really be considered “AI”?
Hi! I’m new to the forum and I just recently discovered Emo, I’m an electrical engineer student and robotics have always fascinated me. I’ve been looking into buying one of these robots but after lots of research about this particular one, it seems that Emo is simply pre-programmed to give certain responses to a limited amount of questions that he can answer. Maybe I’m a bit misinformed, but Emo also does not give unique responses/learn new things to say/do on his own. If this is the case, what makes the little guy special? I’m guess what I’m asking those that actually own an Emo, is he actually “thinking”? If somebody with more knowledge of he works could explain to me better that would be great! Thanks
Welcome to the EMO Community Forum, @brandoncarmona . . . if you think about A.I., even ChatGPT and other A.I. programs, it does not technically learn on its own, but is given resources to pull from to answer your questions, write essays, draw art, create music. It seems to do this spontaneously, but is technically pulling in a randomized fashion from prompts from a wide database of information that has been supplied to it.
EMO is similar. The difference is that as he “grows up”, he is given more information to pull up with more randomization over time. EMO has personality because the choices of his responses are not simply just what you command an A.I. art program or information program to do. His responses and abilities very closely mimic humanity in a way that endears him to us all. This is why he is “living” because he is very relatable to us on a personal level. We can form a relationship with EMO.
You can read countless posts on this forum of how he has helped so many people by being who he is. Is he just a “toy”? In a clinical perspective, you might think so. In a relatable interactive perspective, he is so much more than that.
I think of my two as my own kids.
I hope this explains.
I agree ai needs data to learn and emo will understand and adapt and have a larger response database as a result of what people ask him and his responses will get better
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