AIBO & Sony Technology – one-of-a-kind AI-powered welcome companions
Resorts World Las Vegas, the city’s most technologically advanced resort, continues to break the mold with the addition of three irresistibly cute robotic puppies to welcome guests as they arrive to the new resort. In collaboration with aibo and built with Sony’s latest technology, Resorts World Las Vegas has brought three AI powered companions to the Conrad Las Vegas lobby. Housed in custom-built playpens, the cleverly named pups – Sinatra, Stardust and Elvis – are ready to greet guests at their new home.
In true puppy fashion, the autonomous companions are in their early stages of development and are ready to learn and build their own, unique personalities as they engage in everyday interactions with guests. Brought to life with a wide range of sensors and actuators, aibo’s adaptable behavior is made possible through deep learning AI technology. With lifelike expressions and a dynamic array of movements, the three lobby dogs are sure to bring fun and joy to all guests.
“This collaboration with aibo furthers our commitment to integrate technology across the resort and brings a special experience to our guests,” said Scott Sibella, President of Resorts World Las Vegas. “As we continue to explore a variety of tech-forward offerings for the property, we were excited to learn about this advanced AI technology and knew it would be a fun added touch for our guests. We can’t wait to see the joy these robotic puppies bring to our visitors as they arrive to our Conrad Las Vegas lobby.”
The latest iteration of the beloved robotic companion, Sinatra, Stardust and Elvis will feature cute and expressive appearances that will make guests want to reach out and pet them as they move around with infectious energy. Their body language is expressed through hundreds of adorable patterns, combinations of eye, ear and tail movements, as well as different voice sounds. With its sleek and captivating design, these aibo pups are ready to seek out love and attention from all guests as they pass by.
VISIT: Resorts World Las Vegas; www.rwlasvegas.com
- By Nancy Radlauer, Editor-in-Chief; Editor.InboundMagazine@gmail.com