Of course, Samsung visa is more than just a kid robot.
It is a reasonable technology as an all around proselyte companion.
They'll be by your side and react to your needs every day.
Robots that know you, supports you and take care of you.
So you can focus on what really matters.
Now, Bali has kept going, but let's see what else they can do.
Please, welcome to the stage, executive vice president, chief research scientist of Samsung Research, Sebastian Seung.
Yes, and welcome.
Welcome to the wonder of AI rolling out into the real world.
As you've just seen, [UNKNOWN] is part of the next evolution of IoT, more than just a passive device.
He's actively helpful.
Ballie patrols your home to keep you safe.
He is a fitness assistant.
It gives you moving even when you'd rather lie on the couch and watch TV.
Ballie is a remote control that helps seniors connect With all the smart devices in their homes, and calls for help if they needed a new friend to your kids and pets, and a camera that records and stores special moments, kind of like a family photo album Yes, pretty busy.
Bali is just one example of how Samsung innovations are transforming how we care for ourselves.
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