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Wikifriend Hotel 2019 Bolzano tradeshow conversational smart mirror

First proactive conversational smart mirror

We present our solution at the Startup Village at the tradeshow Hotel 2019 at Bolzano, Italy.

The evolution of the virtual assistant integrated in the mirror is given to Computer Vision, in fact the virtual assistant can interact with an analog reality, the true image and spontaneous and private interlocutor. Each of us has an intimate relationship with the mirror, because it is one of the few moments in which we really talk to ourselves. Whether it's in a changing room, in your bathroom or in your room, in the morning when we prepare for the day or in a beauty center, the conversational and conversational mirror can help us in our daily decisions: what to wear (home or changing room), can assist us to train us in a speech (sef security courses, language courses eLearning, preparation for pitch or exams) or help us identify aspects of personal care (beauty, gym).

In addition, the conversational smart mirror with cognitive software is assisted by facial recognition, mood, expressive and vocal, can be a personalized tool for marketing, with personalized advertisement out & in door. The spot could be adaptive to the mood and context of those who see it: you have the angry look, I will send a spot less "cheerful" or vice versa. Are you alone? I'll send a more direct spot, are you in a group? I'll send a spot more suitable for a group.
With a traditional virtual assistant you can only talk, a cognitive assistant integrated in a smart mirror assisted by Computer Vision, can see you and give you practical and spontaneous advice in real time.

More information: https://www.fierabolzano.it/hotel/startup-village.htm


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