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Sony's New, Cuter Aibo Robot Puppy
No scary skeletal robot dogs for Sony - they're going for cute!
(Sony's new, cuter Aibo robot puppy)
Sony unveiled Monday the new “aibo” autonomous entertainment robot that “brings fun and joy to the entire family,” Sony President and COO Mike Fasulo told ABC News.
“We were thinking companions, we were thinking how do you take on artificial intelligence and bring emotion to people’s lives,” Fasulo said. “Look at them, they’re adorable!”
Before you are convinced to buy a Sony robot dog, better make sure your beloved pet will be well-cared for in the future - Sony Aibo Robotic Dog Now With No Repairmen.
Science fiction fans can't forget these little guys, K9 from Dr. Who and Muffit II from Battlestar Galactica.
Dr. Who's K-9
Muffet from Battlestar Galactica
There's also cute, but a little pathetic, like this veterinarian robot practice dog.
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