Multi-functional intelligent humanoid using speech processing

@article{Kumar2017MultifunctionalIH,
  title={Multi-functional intelligent humanoid using speech processing},
  author={Prince Kumar and K. P. Nagapushpa and Vivek Pandiya Raj and Vivek Kumar and Raksha Kumaraswamy},
  journal={2017 International Conference on Communication and Signal Processing (ICCSP)},
  year={2017},
  pages={0244-0248}
}
This paper presents a humanoid model which is incorporated with several versatile striking human features. The humanoid is multi-functional in a way that it can move, measure the distance with greater accuracy, picks and places the object, helps in the detection of poisonous gases, obstacles and understands voice commands. To sum up, it reproduces some crucial aspects of human intelligence by mimic and sense of smell. This humanoid is built to help the ill, aged, specially abled people and can… CONTINUE READING

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