MirBot is a freaky app that allows you to train your own Artificial Intelligence system.
With this app you can teach a robot to automatically recognize objects. For each new photo, the robot gives an answer that can be validated, and he will learn for the next query.
This app allows you to:
- Search any object by image
- Train your robot to recognize anything you want
- Learn new definitions and senses proposed by your robot
- Let you discover new objects
- Impress your friends with your robot intelligence
Bug fixes, updated videos and significant accuracy improvement.
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I love it! The more pictures you show it, the better it gets at identifying things. The only thing I want added to it is the ability to add your own custom items, so if you can't find what you want on the list you can add it yourself.
This is an app that can recognize objects.
By that, I don't mean that you can pick up some object off of a garage floor if you don't know what it is and have the app identify it.
You have to tell it what the object is first. But with training, the app should be able to recognize the object from any angle.
This is a greater accomplishment than it may seem. It is harder for a computer to identify objects from different angles than you may think. This is because an object looks very different from different angles.
If you take pictures of a box from different angles and print them out, then trace around the edges of the box in the pictures with tracing paper, your outline will look very different depending on the angle of the box in the photograph.
So this is actually a pretty impressive demonstration of how far AI has come.
A cute game!!!!!!!!! ^.^
It's pretty fun. You take pictures of certain objects and teach an ADORABLE robot named MirBot what they are. He's like an eager child, just waiting to learn. If he gets it wrong, he will always try his best to get it right. It's a cute game with some pretty decent AI. I'd say download it.
The developer, DLSI, University of Alicante, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.
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The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.