Artificial Intelligence

China Has Developed An Ai-powered Robot Dog For Visually Impaired People!

Researchers at a university in China have developed a robot guide dog for visually impaired people with the help of artificial intelligence.

Technology has advanced significantly in recent years. This has also brought advances in artificial intelligence. Artificial intelligence, which is actively used almost everywhere in our lives, makes great contributions especially in the field of health.

Finally, there was another important development. So much so that artificial intelligence is now coming to the aid of visually impaired people. China has developed a robot guide dog. So what are the features of this robot? Here’s all you need to know…

What are the features of the robot guide dog developed in China?

As we know, there are millions of visually impaired people in the world. These people use their other senses such as hearing, touch, taste and smell to perceive their environment. Unfortunately, this can be insufficient in some cases. Although a trained dog can be purchased for this, this is sometimes not possible. The robot guide dog developed in China seems to come to the aid of the visually impaired.

Researchers at Northwestern Polytechnical University in Xi’an, in China’s Shaanxi province, have developed an AI-powered robot guide dog in light of the more than 17 million visually impaired people in the country.

This robot dog, which is still in its early stages of development, will make life much easier for visually impaired people. According to the information, it can understand human instructions, chat and guide in various environments such as streets, alleys and interiors.

The research team says that this robot is much more suitable for visually impaired people than a normal dog because it provides safer guidance to the person. This means it can improve people’s quality of life.

The researchers are still in the early stages of development. The work of the team, which is reported to be very hardworking, can improve the quality of life of millions of visually impaired people. New developments will emerge in the coming months.

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