Kids' toys are progressing more and more every day. And now, there will soon be one that can see, hear and even remember who you are.
The Hanson Company makes its money selling and renting lifelike robots.
Now, it says there's big business in robotic companions, or social robots.
So they've made one. Zeno, as it's called, will debut Sept. 13 at a major technology festival.
Hanson sees Zeno as an interactive learning companion that will be able to have a conversation with someone and convey human emotion.
This new social robot should be available to consumers in the near future.
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Visit Zeno's website at www.zenosworld.com.
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