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Emoshape is Now Taking its A.I. Home Console Across the Atlantic

Fri, 05/02/2014 - 8:42am
Sharon Money, Emoshape

Emospark. Photo credit: EmoshapeClose your eyes and imagine a technology to teach objects how to interact with humans in order to yield a favorable result.

Emoshape established an online presence with over half of its IndieGoGo campaign investors based in the U.S.

Having secured sufficient investment through their crowd funding drive, Emoshape has incorporated their transatlantic operations under Emoshape LLC (file Number 5469596). The new office is scheduled to be fully operational in the U.S. by the end of 2014, starting with a small production of the cube around the end of April and May.

An A.I. product will be delivered. It will interact on a conversational level demonstrating a number of human emotions through social interaction and multimedia. Inventor and CEO Patrick Levy Rosenthal states, “EmoSPARK is the new virtual family member dedicated to your happiness.”

Along with the spectrum of autonomous applications its product presents, Emoshape’s own market analysis forecasts the reception to EmoSPARK to be fully positive.

Already compatible with smartphones, computers, televisions, and games, the cube can connect with Facebook, YouTube, and AirPlay. Emoshape is also considering its use for home automation, educational purposes, home security, and much more.

Patrick explains, “Close your eyes and imagine a technology to teach objects how to interact with humans in order to yield a favorable result." Emoshape technology will present a new leap for artificial intelligence on all fronts especially in the realm of smart phones, toys, robots, computers, and other major electronic devices with applications in artificial intelligence, medical, biometrics, financial, defense, gaming, and advertising.

For more information, visit www.emoshape.com.

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