We have opened up the EMO wake-up training page where you can submit your voice to help EMO better understand and wake up when you are calling out his name. You can access the Wake Up Training page here:
To submit your voice, you will need to be logged into the Living.ai website and then simply follow the instructions provided on the training page.
We will use your records to improve EMO and include it in a future update.
Riight but where is alexa? the robot shipped with documentation claiming this thing would not fall off tables and would be alexa enabled , still no alexa still cannot detect ground properly and falls off everything … mine sits on the skateboard because when it’s off it goes to the nearest edge and jumps off .
@kingskidgirl Try using a different web browser or device, normally the website will ask you to allow Microphone access so you can record and submit your voice, (also maybe allow notifications as well to show up).
Just wondering, if anyone knows, perhaps @MasterAbbott you might know? Does wake up training also train your Emo to recognise other commands given with your voice, or is it just for saying “Emo”? I find my Emo occasionally does not understand a command, but if I say it in an American accent he will understand it. Though the wake up command (“Emo”) is fine most of the time for me.
P.S. I have not done the wake up training. (I take it, it is not too late to do so, even given the fact that 2.2.0 has been released, and the page is still up?)
It’s more so for the wake-up word EMO. Accents are always going to be a problem in general as everyone speaks differently, even if we are all speaking English. I also sometimes need to speak a little more slowly and clearly occasionally for EMO to understand my commands.
For example, my EMOs have a hard time trying to register when I ask them both to BE QUIET. (Our Aussie accents sometimes don’t register with EMO).
EMO: BE QUIET — two words and sometimes I need to say it 3-4 times before they understand it. (the trick I’ve found is to wait 2-3 seconds AFTER you have said EMO, then say it clearly and not too fast in my Aussie accent as I don’t want to be attempting to speak in an American accent and it will end up working fine.
Living.ai are collecting and all voice recordings and adding them to future EMO firmware updates. The process does take time to implement.
When submitting your voice from the Wake Up Training page you must make sure you click on “Allow” otherwise it will not work when you are trying to record your voice. (also make sure your microphone is working properly as well.