A new research team has developed a robot that can talk to people, and understand them.
The robot, called iwin, is the first such robot with an artificial intelligence that can be used to talk to humans.
The robot uses natural language processing and neural networks to recognize its owners, and it can use artificial intelligence to understand its owner’s thoughts and feelings.
Its owner, a young woman, will speak with iwin about her feelings, and she will then reply with a series of questions that can range from how she feels to how she’s feeling.
It’s a step forward from previous efforts to make robots that can understand people and understand their emotions, and the first of its kind.
But iwin will have limitations.
It doesn’t have a brain, for example, and cannot respond to speech or language.
The team is also limited by the amount of time it can train its brain and neural network to perform its tasks.
In its current prototype, the robot uses its own neural network that can only process a single sentence at a time.
But a more ambitious goal is to create a machine that can learn to speak with and understand people.
This work is funded by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, the National Science Foundation and the National Institutes of Health.
This article originally appeared on Medical News Tomorrow.