Friendly AI for children with divorced parents

March-June 2017 - Group project

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Working on AI for homes for the French group Orange

Nami is an artificial intelligence in the shape of a portable case, made for children ages 7 to 11 suffering from the separation of their parents. When placed onto a wall and pressed on its nose, Nami's touch-sensitive interface is projected onto said wall. Following the house (which parent), Nami can change and adapt the interactions it has with the child.

Nami has several functions, from simply talking to the child to offering relaxation exercises or mini-games. They all help the user to feel better, calm down when needed, and open up. The parents can not spy on their children but Nami will help rebuilding trust and stability in both homes.

Teammate: Louise Gazeau