The world's first AI healthcare companion for the home can store, dispense and even order medication

The rise of fitness trackers and exercise programs with a cult following have made it clear that our society is desperate to get and remain healthy. Those looking for a high-tech way to keep track of their well-being might be interested in a new home health robot called Pillo. A combination of face recognition, machine learning, automation and video conferencing make Pillo a personal health assistant that can even dispense your daily vitamins and medication.

According to the company responsible for the device, the system uses facial recognition and can identify the face and voice of every user in a household, and dispense the right pills at the appropriate time. The medication is stored in a tamper-proof casing that can fit up to 250 medium-sized pills.

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