A London-based entrepreneur named Bogdan Coman launched an interesting toy for kids on the Indiegogo crowdfunding site this week.

Called Woogie, it is a voice-activated robot that takes advantage of artificial intelligence to provide kids with a personalised learning experience.

This includes being able to create proactive conversations and tailored interactions that are based on your child’s interests, tell jokes, riddles, and facts to them, and much more.

Parents can also update and curate content for Woogie through a companion app on iOS and Android, as well as load up audiobooks.

And to get all of this going, Corman partnered with the global technology company, Arrow Electronics.

You can learn more about the project and back it if you are interested in getting an early-bird pre-order at the source link below.

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