Conversational Artificial Intelligence Applications for Children and Adults

Smartphone Robot Companions

The Smartphone medium now has enough computing power that we can deliver robotic intelligence atop them. We developed a mobile robot platform to transfigure your truly Smart phone into a roving robot. We happily introduce the Smartphone Robot. Together, these innovations form a lifetime companion. Your Smartphone Robot will aid you to create an intelligent society to thrive in.

Our first product of smartphone robots, named Tyche (meaning Greek goddess of Fortune), debuted at at the 2014 International CES from January 5 through 10, 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Our consumer study shows that parents would want a robot as an aid to help kids develop intellectual capabilities rather than as a teaching aid. Children of ages over 8 will be excited to interact with Tyches in a variety of intelligent ways, which will naturally lead to acquiring intellectual skills. Advanced users will be even more amused to develop their own intelligent applications using our robot software called Intelligent Robot Software Platform. To find out more, please visit our web page

Natural human language is the best tool of communicating with humans. An agent communicates with a human via human language. An agent communicates with other agents via inter-agent machine languages, but not a human language. Central to Tyche, SoCA (Sociable Conversational Agent) is the technology for an agent to communicate with an arbitrary number of humans and other artificial agents in two ways, language understanding and expression.

Later releases will evolve to eventually become a lifetime robot companion for all ages.

Social and Emotional Learning Games

Our first intellectual development product is AIBrain’s SMILE, focused on the Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) skills in children and young adults.

SMILE is the Social Mind for Intelligently Learning Emotions, an AIBrain game for kids. SMILE uses conversational Artificial Intelligence to exercise Social and Emotional Learning skills in children and young adults. A lot of things are changing. School gets tougher. Personalities evolve. Sometimes its even hard to focus, and our emotions get the best of us.

Meet TESS, your personal Trainer of Emotional and Social Skills. She recognizes your voice and face, and introduces you to SMILE’s conversational artificially intelligent Social and Emotional Learning world.

Children exercise their social skills in 5 Social and Emotional Learning areas: Self-Awareness of one’s own beliefs and goals, Self-Management of emotions, Social Awareness of the goals and feelings of others, Relationship Skills, including cooperation and communication, and Responsible Decision Making.