Oral-B starts with the smart AI toothbrush





Oral-B starts with the smart AI toothbrush

In addition to smartphones, there are also many smart robots and funny gadgets at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. All new items in the ticker.

Oral-B works on toothbrush with artificial intelligence

If you want to have healthy teeth, dentists should brush their teeth for at least two minutes. But many people do not even brush for a minute, says an employee of Oral-B at the stand of the group at the Mobile World Congress 2019 in Barcelona. That’s why the company has developed a smart toothbrush: the “Genius X”. The device is an electric toothbrush that users can connect via Bluetooth wireless with the smartphone. With an app, they can follow their progress during the cleaning: “It’s like a fitness tracker for brushing your teeth,” says the employee.

For example, the app shows a model of the dentition: The longer someone brushes a particular spot in the mouth, the whiter the area turns. So users know when to clean the next area. A timer shows the cleaning time. According to Oral B, the timer should motivate people to brush their teeth for a long time. If you press too hard on the teeth, you also get a tactile signal.

Oral-B starts with the smart AI toothbrush

Based on this data, the app shows an evaluation and cleaning tips at the end. According to Oral-B, the toothbrush is equipped with artificial intelligence. Their algorithm is to use data on cleaning styles of thousands of test persons. “So you can recognize your own mistakes and can change the brushing style,” says the Oral-B employee.

The Genius X also offers several modes, such as a tongue-brushing feature. Users can also earn awards, such as “cleaning teeth 365 days in a row”. A price called Oral B not. The device should be a bit more expensive than the Oral B Genius. The device is available from 129 euros.

VW makes the trunk to the packing station

Oral-B starts with the smart AI toothbrush

VW presents the feature “We Deliver” at the Mobile World Congress. This function will allow VW drivers to have packages delivered to their luggage in the future. The deliverer receives the GPS location of the car and a one-time code via token, with which he can open the trunk. Fear for their car users do not need to have, says a VW employee: “The deliverer receives only access to the trunk, the rest of the car remains closed for him.”

According to the VW employee, such a feature has several advantages: customers can have their package delivered anywhere and no longer need to be home. Returns are also possible. For this, the user puts the package in the trunk. “The barcode has to point upwards,” says the VW employee. In this way, the deliverer knows which packages he may take from the trunk and which not. In the current test run, for example, it has been shown that deliverers ignored packages whose barcode was not visible.

On the subject of privacy, VW said that the Group only collects important data for the service. The parcel station function should be part of the standard equipment in the upcoming VW Passat. Older models should be retrofitted with appropriate hardware.

Robot: Cuddling with Liku, learning English with Kebbi

Oral-B starts with the smart AI toothbrush

The Mobile World Congress in Barcelona is not just about smartphones until 28 February, but also about smart electronics and robots. The Korean company Torooc will showcase the robot Liku at the fair. He should appear as human as possible and give his roommates the feeling that they are liked. For the soulful togetherness, Liku’s entire head is sensitive to touch. So caressing is desired.

In order to move through spaces with confidence and to recognize people and voices, the half a meter small robot carries around a lot of technology – such as a Full HD camera, a four-channel microphone, an infrared depth camera and distance sensors ,

Sensors collect data

With his environment Liku communicates by voice, with movements and especially by the expression of his eyes, behind which are displays. According to the developers, the robot interprets all the data collected by its sensors and reacts completely autonomously on that basis.

Oral-B starts with the smart AI toothbrush

Similarly, Kebbi from Taiwan works. He should primarily employ, supervise and supervise children. Telling stories is just as much a part of it as a little bit of language or even programming lessons. As a pastime, children can “take over” the robot via app and remotely control the robot. That should work with simple touchscreen gestures.

XR-1 prefers to pour drinks

Important for the communication is also the display face of the robot. The different family members and their commands distinguishes Kebbi by facial and speech recognition.

Less emotional than professional XR-1 goes to the point. Designed as a service robot, the humanoid developed by Chinese robotics company Innfos feels most comfortable with simple services such as pouring drinks.

Pepper shakes hands

At the MWC, XR-1 will be seen as a servile Cathy with a bow in the hair at the booth of Californian company Cloud Minds. It networks robots with Artificial Intelligence (AI) server infrastructures, even over 5G, to perform tasks as quickly and as humanly as possible.

In addition, the developers of Cloud Minds have taken the robot “Pepper”, a joint development of Aldebaran and Softbanks, under their wing. He is posted to shake hands in Barcelona.

Smartphones at the competitive price of Wiko

At the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, ​​the French smartphone company Wiko presents two new top models: the Wiko View 3 and the View3 Pro.

The Wiko View has a screen diagonal of 6.26 inches. On the back there are three cameras, each with 12, 13 and 2 megapixels (MP) dissolve. The sensors come from Sony . Wiko promises that the cameras dominate wide-angle shooting and even in low light good photos. The front camera has a resolution of 8 MP.

As a processor Wiko calls an octopus. The main memory is three gigabytes (GB), the internal memory 64 GB. The battery holds 4,000 mAh (mAh), Android 9 Pie is installed as the operating system

The Wiko View 3 Pro has a screen size of 6.3 inches. The triple camera on the back has a resolution of 12, 13 and 5 MP. The camera front dissolves with 16 MP. As a processor, Wiko has installed a Helio P60, an eight-core from 2018 with up to two gigahertz of power. The main memory is six GB, the internal memory is 128 GB. The battery holds 4,000 mAh, Android 9 Pie is installed as the operating system.

Wiko does not yet name exact prices. The View 3 but should cost below 200 euros and the View 3 Pro under 300 euros. The entry-level devices are comparatively cheap compared to models from other manufacturers.

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