The RUFF Guide to Your Dog's Mood: The New 73lb Dog Collar uses AI technology to analyze bark and tell owners how their precious pooch is feeling
- Petpuls uses artificial intelligence to determine the animal's emotional wellbeing
- The South Korean company compares dog bark with a database of 100,000 samples
- Collar can divide bark into five emotional states: happy, fearful, or sad
A new dog collar uses technology to analyze their bark and tell owners how their pet is feeling.
Petpuls, a South Korean company, uses an artificial intelligence collar to give your dog a voice.
The company compares a dog's bark to a database of others to determine the animal's emotional wellbeing.
Petpuls, a South Korean company, uses an artificial intelligence collar to give your dog a voice and analyze how the animal is feeling
The company compares a dog's bark to a database of others to determine the animal's emotional wellbeing
The database contains more than 100,000 samples from 50 dog breeds in four sizes for comparison.
The collar can divide a bark into five emotional states, reports The Times, happy, fearful, sad, relaxed, or angry.
According to the Seoul National University, the device has an accuracy rate for emotional recognition of more than 80%.
The device helps dog owners understand their pet's emotional and physical wellbeing in order to manage their dog's entire lifespan.
Using speech recognition technology, the dog's wellbeing is analyzed and tracked by day, week and month.
As it collects the dog's voice data, the collar becomes more accurate in determining the animal's emotions.
The collar can divide a bark into five emotional states: happy, afraid, sad, relaxed, or angry
Petpuls said, "As the dog's' voice 'data builds up, Petpuls' AI-driven database becomes even more accurate so you can better understand your dog's emotions, what triggers them and their lifespan of more than 10 to 15 years manage."
The collar also doubles as an activity tracker with a built-in sensor to calculate the calories a pet burns while exercising.
The collar costs £ 73 and forwards the barking data via WiFi to an app on the owner's phone.
As it collects the dog's voice data, the collar becomes more accurate in determining the animal's emotions
The app offers an emotion and activity graph, as well as a page dedicated to your dog's unique profile called "My Pet Registration".
The app offers an emotion and activity graph, as well as a page dedicated to your dog's "pet friends".
It also includes a "My Pet's Registration" feature which allows you to create a unique dog profile that is tailored to your pet.
The device was runner-up at this year's Consumer Electronics Show innovation awards.
How does the collar work?
Petpuls uses a proprietary algorithm combined with a database of more than 10,000 bark samples from 50 dog breeds.
This allows you to identify and determine five different emotional states of your dog with an accuracy rate for emotional recognition of more than 80%.
It has a built-in accelerometer to calculate how many calories the animal has burned.
The collar has a battery life of 8-10 hours with a single full charge.
It has a Wi-Fi pairing distance of approximately 15 feet, which is connected to the owner's smartphone outdoors, and syncs with the app as soon as Wi-Fi is back on.
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The artificial intelligence collar is similar to Herb Powell's & # 39; The Baby Translator & # 39 ;.
He invented the device that translates baby sounds and so did he showed that by saying Maggie's babble, the invention worked.
His translator worked so well that Herb got a lot of money for it.