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  • Which means, I guess, AIBO is five something, months or days or years.

    Boing Boing: August 19, 2001 - August 25, 2001 Archives

  • AIBO is a robot dog that can be set in a learning mode so that it learns from its environment not to fall downstairs, for instance, or how to right itself, or how to respond to commands-including chasing a little pink ball, which my daughters love.

    Canada in the Internet Economy

  • Sony is capitalizing on the "smart pets" craze with a programmable robotic dog called AIBO ($2,500;).

    How Much Is That Doggie In The Window?

  • As of next month, Sony Corp will offer free software kits for its plastic pet dog, called AIBO, which will give owners many more training options.

    Sony Loosens Leash on AIBO Robot | Impact Lab

  • A better robot: BrainBo adds speech recognition and primitive conversational skills to a Sony AIBO, which is then able to respond appropriately to your words through audio and motions.

    A better robot: BrainBo adds - Anil Dash

  • Children were fascinated when he demonstrated the Sony ERS 7, commonly known as AIBO the robot dog.

    Evening Mail news round-up

  • Similarly, Kahn found that while children who interacted with a robot dog name AIBO did treat the robot as 'other', their behaviour towards the robot dog was not as social or deep as to a real pet.

    Mongabay.com News

  • Fortunately, I have a little technological toy I bought last summer called "AIBO," which was Sony's first programmable robot.

    Canada in the Internet Economy

  • The 'AIBO' four-legged entertainment deviceā€”in normal talk, a robot dog

    Sony's Hits and Misses

  • Consider it a cross between an MP3 player and the now-defunct AIBO robotic pet, but the Sony Rolly entertainment player is one adorable piece of machinery.

    And from the 'cute' department

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