Conversational AI

breathing life into everyday objects

We are thrilled to introduce our latest venture: breathing life into everyday objects and enabling them to engage in meaningful, interactive dialogues.

We believe this tech will revolutionize how we interact with our surroundings but also address real-world problems.

This pioneering journey is not one we’re taking alone. Collaboration is an integral part of our vision. We understand that to truly innovate, we need to bring together different perspectives, expertise, and ideas.

Our project is more than just technology; it’s about creating a future where AI facilitates richer, more engaging interactions, making our lives better. Join us as we step into this exciting new chapter of conversational AI.

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If our project resonates with you and you see potential for a collaboration, we would 💙 to hear from you.

Conversational AI: opportunities

Smart homes

user-friendly home automation

Museums & Galleries

interactive exhibits


interactive customer engagement

Interactive advertising

innovative campaigns


personalized services


enhanced teaching aids


Revolutionizing narratives

Talking toys

Interactive play companions

Elder care

AI companionship, reminders


simple non technical diagram of conversational AI with audio input - conversation -audio output

Conversational AI is a subfield of artificial intelligence that enables machines to understand, process, and respond to human language in a natural and intuitive manner. Using sophisticated machine learning models, conversational AI can comprehend spoken or written language, process the information, generate appropriate responses, and communicate them back to the user.

Our project takes this a step further, integrating conversational AI into everyday objects, allowing them to engage in meaningful dialogue with users. Imagine a painting that can discuss its history, a toy that can converse with a child, or even a coffee machine that knows your favorite brew.

First the audio is transcribed and the voice of who is speaking is detected. It is then sent to a Large Language Model that gives a response, the text is then translated (optional step if the language isn’t English) and lastly a text-to-speech model outputs the conversation.
It’s important to note that this is a conversation: the previous text is always joined (or concactenated) with the previous reponses and questions. The prototype is designed to have a memory so it knows what is being said.
  1. Speech-to-Text: The AI captures the user’s spoken words and translates them into written text, using advanced algorithms to accurately interpret various languages, accents, and speech nuances.

  2. Natural Language Processing (NLP): NLP technology analyzes the converted text, understanding the context, sentiment, and intention behind the words. It draws from extensive linguistic data to comprehend grammar, idioms, and colloquial expressions.

  3. Language Model: This is where our AI generates a response. It uses a language model, such as GPT-4, to formulate an appropriate and contextually relevant response.

  4. Text-to-Speech: The written response is then converted back into spoken words, using synthetic voices that are increasingly indistinguishable from human speech.

  1. Loneliness: Offering companionship to individuals who are isolated or alone.
  2. Missing Loved Ones: Creating a semblance of presence for those missing someone.
  3. Language Acquisition: Providing an interactive tool for individuals seeking to learn or practice a new language.
  4. Boredom: Serving as a novel and engaging source of entertainment.
  5. Mental Health Support: This technology could serve as an always-available, non-judgmental listener for individuals struggling with mental health issues like anxiety or depression.
  6. Assistive Technology: For those with disabilities or impairments, conversational objects can provide assistance and companionship, making daily tasks easier and more enjoyable.
  7. Memory Aid: For those suffering from memory-related conditions such as dementia or Alzheimer’s, the technology could be programmed to provide reminders about daily routines, medication schedules, and other important tasks.
  8. Early Childhood Development: Interactive toys with this technology can promote language acquisition, social interaction, and cognitive development in children.
  9. Social Training: For individuals with conditions such as autism, these conversational objects can offer a non-threatening platform to practice social interactions and cues.
  10. Fitness and Wellness: The technology could be integrated into fitness equipment to provide motivation, guidance, and feedback, making workouts more engaging and efficient.
  11. Rehabilitation and Physiotherapy: It could assist in guiding patients through their physical therapy exercises at home, providing reminders, encouragement, and corrective feedback.
  12. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT): The AI could be programmed with CBT techniques to help individuals manage problems like insomnia, anxiety, or phobias.
  1. Museums & Galleries: Exhibits could be enhanced with this technology, allowing visitors to interact with displays and learn more about the objects in a more engaging way.
  2. Hospitality Industry: Hotels could employ AI-driven devices in guest rooms, providing personalized information and services to guests.
  3. Smart Homes: Integration into smart home systems could make home automation more interactive and user-friendly.
  4. Interactive Advertising: Brands could use this technology to create interactive ad campaigns, promoting engagement with potential customers in public spaces or at events.
  5. Interactive Education: In an educational context, AI-enhanced objects could be used as teaching aids, making learning more interactive and engaging for students of all ages.
  6. Care Facilities: In elder care or long-term health facilities, these AI-powered objects could provide companionship, cognitive stimulation, and reminders for medication or routines.
  7. Public Transport: Buses, trains, or airplanes could incorporate this technology to provide information, answer passenger queries, or provide entertainment during journeys.
  8. Space Exploration: In long-duration space missions where human interaction is limited, this technology could provide astronauts with a source of companionship and mental support.
  9. Food Industry: Restaurants or cafes could use this technology to interact with customers, provide personalized suggestions, and take orders.
  10. Storytelling: This technology could revolutionize the way stories are told, providing interactive and engaging experiences for both children and adults.
  11. Interactive Gaming: This technology could be incorporated into video games or board games to make the gaming experience more immersive and interactive.

It’s all here and it works.

We are looking for innovators to use this tech in their business.