At the Dublin Web Summit this week Liam Casey from PCH International caused a sensation when he brought a little robot on stage called Autom, which he intends to manufacture in droves as part of a partnership with its creators Intuitive Automata.
The robot, which helps its owners to keep fit, learns about each user it interacts with them – no two conversations are alike.
Autom is available to pre-order online for a special introductory price of US$199 and a US$19 monthly subscription for a minimum of one year. Manufacture and distribution of the motivational robot has been made possible through a partnership with Irishman Liam Casey’s PCH International.
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