At the CES (Consumer Electronics Show) 2020 yesterday, Samsung is known to have introduced a new product called Ballie which is a smart robot shaped like a baseball. It is known that Ballie himself is present to be a smart house keeper who has various abilities ranging from opening curtains, turning on the TV, and activating a robot vacuum cleaner when there is dirt in the house. Besides this robot can also move freely to see the conditions in all parts of the house. Because Samsung presents a camera sensor to monitor various things that are useful for users. Of course to produce smart robots like Ballie, it requires Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology that is high enough so that the robot can recognize all situations and conditions that may occur at home. Samsung also ensures that this robot will maintain user privacy very tightly and can guarantee all user information will not be leaked to any party. Unfortunately Samsung still hasn’t announced when this smart robot will be launched. Also not yet known the price that will be priced for a unit of cute and smart robots that have various features and advantages. It is known that Ballie himself is present to be a smart house keeper who has various abilities ranging from opening curtains, turning on the TV, and activating a robot vacuum cleaner when there is dirt in the house. Besides this robot can also move freely to see the conditions in all parts of the house. Because Samsung presents a camera sensor to monitor various things that are useful for users. Of course to produce smart robots like Ballie, it requires Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology that is high enough so that the robot can recognize all situations and conditions that may occur at home. Samsung also ensures that this robot will maintain user privacy very tightly and can guarantee all user information will not be leaked to any party. “We believe that AI is the future for personal care. We see that on-device AI is the center of real personal experience. On-device AI provides control over personal data information and protects privacy, while still providing the power of personalized services,” said Sebastian Seung, Executive Vice President and Chief Research Scientist at Samsung Electronics, as reported by NDTV, Wednesday (01/08/2020).

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