Thank you, now please meet my new friend Samsung Bot Care.
Hello, hi, Samsung Bot Care.
So what do you have for us today?
I'm here to talk about the future of AI companions.
I make it easy to manage your daily health routine by checking vital signs like a blood pressure, pulse, and heart rate.
Samsung Bot Care also gives daily health briefings
Compares exercise items, and tracks medication intake.
It's a partner for everyday tasks to help keep you healthy.
Family members can easily stay in touch with one another, and check on their well-being, even from far away.
That is pretty cool.
Well I would like to try this.
Samsung Botcare, can you check my vitals.
Let us check your vitals.
Please place your finger below the screen.
Okay so I just do something like this.
Samsung Botcare can also monitor sleep cycles Or providing music therapy to reduce stress, and can sense an emergency like a fall, and immediately notify 911.
How's it going [INAUDIBLE]?
You have a normal blood pressure reading of 114 over 84.
It is within the normal range.
Your heart rate is 86 beats per minute.
Keep up the good work.
That's a relief.
I took a photo that because I need to send it to my dad.
He doesn't leave.
Well, thank you very much.
It's been pleasure.
And thanks for having me.
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