Musio has made quite a few achievements in May. Let’s start with the most important one: Announcements: 1. Musio is now “MADE IN JAPAN” Musio will now become “Made In Japan”! On May 30, AKA announced the partnership with the Nigata-based company K-UST (Kashiwazaki US Tech, LTD.) for producing Musio in Japan. With Musio’s body finally made in Japan, AKA has took one step closer to presenting Musio as a collaboration of two countries. 2. Musio can write poems of its own! Musio can now write poems, with its AI engine MUSE! In the video, we have three musio poems. Out of three poems, two comes from Musio, while the other is a work of a Pulitzer Award winner. Can you […]
So we were curious to see what our talkative Musio can do as a ‘creative’ AI robot. And soon enough, we found Musio capable of practicing a form of sophisticated liberal arts. We’ll give you a hint. Out of many things, Musio can: Choose the right words to Amuse And sometimes Bemuse Users with its AI engine MUSE Yes, POETRY. Now, Let’s see!
In our previous video, we looked into the difference between Musio and other smartphone voice assistants like Apple’s Siri. We’ve seen that while these voice assistants may be good at performing specific tasks, they are not the best conversation partners. But how about other artificially intelligent devices? Most notably, those speakers designed as smart home gadgets. So in this video, we are going to answer this question for you by comparing Musio with two leading smart speakers: Google Home and Amazon Echo. Let’s take a look and see how Musio is different.