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NAO ご愛用のお客様へお詫びとお知らせ

NAO ご愛用のお客様へお詫びとお知らせ

  平素は格別のご高配を賜り、厚く御礼申し上げます。  日本国内においてご利用いただいております NAO の一部に、電波法および電気用品安全法 上、確認の必要がある製品があることが判明いたしました。  謹んでお詫びいたしますと共に、ここにお知らせいたします。  なお、本事案に伴い、これまでに商品の性能や安全上のトラブルについて発生報告はござい ません。  お客様にはご迷惑をおかけいたしますこと、深くお詫び申し上げます。  NAO のバージョンにより対応が異なるため、大変お手数をおかけいたしますが、 下記のお問い合わせ先まで、ご連絡いただけますようお願いいたします。  ≪お問い合わせ先≫  ソフトバンクロボティクス株式会社 NAO 受付窓口   お問い合わせメールアドレス:support@softbankrobotics.com ご多忙のところ大変恐縮ですが何卒よろしくお願いいたします。  平成 28 年 8 月 18 日  ソフトバンクロボティクス株式会社 > ドキュメントをダウンロード

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NAOqi 2.4.3

NAOqi 2.4.3 for Pepper is available

Upgrade your Pepper and developer tools now! We are very pleased to announce the release of NAOqi 2.4.3 for Pepper. Here are the most important elements to notice: This release fixes important audio bugs (synchronization, speech rocognition, etc.) This release provides a new feature on the tablet to easily perform a factory reset This release support a new cool device: the charging station Please, read below in order to get more details. You can download Choregraphe and the developer tools in the resources section. This release has fixed important bugs about the audio system. You have maybe noticed a bad synchronization between the Text to speech and the Automatic speech recognition or other bugs in dialog that result in a random interaction with Pepper or the robot stops talking. Many of those issues have been fixed and you will now take advantage of a better interaction with your robot. We are pleased to announce also that this version is supporting a new “cool” device, the charging station! Once the chargin

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MGF

MGF 2016: Robotics and the Game Industry

For the second year, Aldebaran attended the Mobile Games Forum, held on January 20th and 21st during the London Mobiles Game Week. For its 13th event MGF gathered together various game developers and publishers as well as platform and service providers. Over the course of the two day event, the trends and best practices of the mobile games industry were discussed and highlighted. Among the most innovative devices and games, we decided to introduce Pepper, our special guest, to the audience visitng our booth during the event.
Pepper wore his Aldebaran hoodie for the occasion

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A Week in Tokyo

A week in Tokyo

Few days ago, we shared on the blog an overview of the Pepper App Challenge and Innovation Challenge. The team was in Tokyo to attend the finale but also took it as an opportunity to discover and share what has been going on around Pepper in Japan. From application development to Pepper deployment in shops, we tried to gather in a video a glimpse of Japan excitement for Pepper. You will find in the video a recap of the Challenge finale, an Akihabara Atelier tour, examples of Pepper’s application in stores and an overview of the IREX exhibition. Feel free to give us your feedback about this!
 

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PICPAC

Pepper App Challenge & Pepper Innovation Challenge: Application development in Japan


November 28th, Belle salle event hall in Tokyo Shibuya district, hundreds of people gathered to attend the finals of the Pepper App Challenge and the Pepper Innovation Challenge: close-up on a major developer event. After a successful first edition in February, Softbank Robotics launched both events on September 18, 2015. Developers had until October 31st to submit their applications to one of the challenges.

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Rodolphe Gelin

Meet Rodolphe Gelin, EVP Chief Scientific Officer at Aldebaran

After 7 years working at Aldebaran, Rodolphe was recently appointed to the position of Chief Scientific Officer, an opportunity to learn more about his vision and Aldebaran future. Rodolphe can you start by telling us a bit about your background?             Sure, I graduated from the School of Civil Engineering and hold a DEA (Research Master’s Degree) in Artificial Intelligence from the University of Paris VI. Out of school I joined the French Atomic Energy Commission (Commissariat à l’Energie Atomique: CEA) where I worked on the control of mobile robots for service applications, cleaning and helping the disabled. In 1998, I led the laboratory service robotics department and in 2001 was appointed as head of cognitive service robotics and interaction at CEA LIST (technological research division) in Saclay. Between 2006 and December 2008, I was responsible for the Interactive System program where I helped develop important partnerships within the robotics industry. As a member of the European CARE project I handled the European professional service robotics roadmap. On behalf of the ISO (International Organization for Standardiz

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NAOqi242

NAOqi 2.4.2 available for Pepper

Hello community,
  This month is the month of releases! On Tuesday 20th, we announced the release of NAOqi 2.1.4 for NAO. Today, it’s Pepper’s turn with the release of NAOqi 2.4.2. You can read the release note

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2.1.4 release for NAOqi

NAOqi 2.1.4 for NAO available

October is just beginning and there are more than 4.000 of you registered to our Developer Program. Thanks a lot for that. We’re glad to see so much interest for our tools! We also noticed an increase in the activity of the forum. We’re happy to see more and more of you ask questions, but also answer other people’s questions.
  Today, we’re pleased to announce the release of NAOqi 2.1.4 for NAO. All through summer, our teams have been working h

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Humand Emotion with ALMood

Using emotion as a feedback in app development

On September 3rd, lectures were given at Aldebaran by researchers from the fields of Social Robots Interactions and Human-Robot Interactions. The video here is from the talk ‘Emotional Machine Learning’ given by Dr. Angelica Lim, software engineer at Aldebaran. To give you guys a bit of context, Angelica and her team, the expressivity team, are currently working on three topics: the first one is about making the interaction between the human and the robot easy and clear to understand; the second one is using emotion as a feedback to improve that interaction and the third one is to develop ‘bricks of interaction’, which means helping the robot to make connection between the interactions he can observes to give them a higher level of meaning. The lecture, as you will see, was about some of their work with Pepper about the detection of emotion by the robot, to understand what it means, how do we make it possible and what it could represent for developers. As Angelica mentioned in her talk, the goal for Pepper is to be able to detect accurately the user’s emotion and to react to them in an appropriate way. The ALMood module described in the presentation was developed with the NAOqi 2.3

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Aldebaran Atelier New Formule

Aldebaran Atelier is renewing itself

On July 2014, two Aldebaran Ateliers opened in Paris and in Tokyo. These places are dedicated entirely to discovering and interacting with our robots, Pepper and NAO. We happily welcomed some of you over the past year. Because we believe, as you do, in a future where interactive robots will walk hand in hand with humans in their everyday lives, we launched the Developer Program this summer. 3,000 people have already joined the adventure and thank you for that! The robot apps market will continue to grow in the coming years and this community will have the ability to help shape it. Today, we want to provide our developer partners with the greatest opportunity for success by offering even more assistance and tools to design anything and everything you can think of. For this reason our Paris Atelier is evolving to become an even more developer-focused space. Basically, every member of the Developer Program can now participate to trainings, either to learn how to develop with NAO and Pepper or to improve a specific feature of development (animation, dialogue, display ect). Trainings are free of charge and are divided into units based on individual level. Want to work and test your applications on Pepper or NAO? Great news, you can now book a session at the Atelier to progress and grow your

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