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Imagine a world with billions of robots...
It is not yet, but coming tomorrow...


Explaining our idea

This web site is home of 'ARS-Robo' project and a product line of ARS Technologies - about a robot with a basic artificial intelligence

It is a house companion robot, something like a pet which does not need food, but has a voice and some limited intelligence.

Pretty soon one or more of this type of robots will be present in most of the homes of humans.

Devices like Amazon's 'echo' and Google's 'speaker' are entering the market and essentially are 'dumb' devices which get their 'intelligence' from the 'cloud'.

'ARS-Robo' device is fundamentally different - designed to think for itself, able to operate with limited or no connection to the 'cloud' or internet.

The state of art in Machine learning (ML) throws enormous computing resources to achieve a goal, using generic algorithms with multiple stages, without a time limit for getting results.

'ARS-Robo' has conceptually different ML - intending to employ smart algorithms running on limited computing resources, getting results and making decisions in real time.


What prompted us to work on our idea?

Lots of people leave alone, and/or in some extent of social isolation. Most of the social interactions today are remote, virtual, done through text messages or image files exchange.

Speaker devices are starting to shape the future robotics market with cloud connected devices.

There is a need to have intelligent devices, which can operate stand alone, and this will represent another type of devices in the future robotics market.

Machine learning (ML) will be essential part of future robot devices. Currently the area is shaped by a way of thinking where one can use unlimited computing power, as long as it takes in order to analyze or solve an issue.

While this way may be good for research, it is not good for a stand alone robotic device which has relatively limited processing power and has to make a quick decision - left or right, forward or backward, this thing or that thing...

Instead of multiple runs over generic algorithms, a stand alone robot device has to use limited runs over smart algorithms.