Robots not only fight for jobs with us, but also children now
Abstract: "similar events remind consumers that they should be more careful when using such products that need to collect data and set stronger passwords", said Michael Kaiser, executive director of the nonprofit national network security alliance
welcome to the Internet age of toys. In this era, we can let cute electronic toys undertake most of the cumbersome tasks for parents. You can improve the material performance to the required level, buy a $100 WiFi smart toy monkey to tell children bedtime stories, or spend $120 to buy a toy dragon Dino, a safety belt tension machine, to answer those endless questions comparable to 100000 why; You can coax your baby to sleep with the $100 singing duckling Edwin. Its teaching test can even replace the generation kindergarten. You can even buy a cute electronic personal assistant named Smarty for your 5-year-old child to recite their homework for you or turn off the light in the room for them
it is very expensive to buy books and read by yourself instead of buying robot parents. It is estimated that the global sales of smart toys and related apps are expected to grow to $11.2 billion by 2020, which is much higher than the estimated $2.8 billion in 2015. Although many parents have let their children play with iPads while cooking or driving, digital smart toys have quietly targeted a new goal: the quiet and intimate time between parents and children
there are also more electronic robots - the 3-foot-high ipal is a robot specially designed to protect children. Wang Pingping, the designer of ipal and founder of avatar mind, told the guardian last year, "the main function of this robot is to accompany." He told that it could make children no longer lonely when they came home from school and their parents were still at workJosh Golin, the head of non-profit children's organization, believes that these toys will make children rely on electronic products at an early stage, which can even start from the first week of a baby's life. In addition, he also pointed out that computer-driven personality toys will reduce the imaginative universe full of possible scenes in children's life by adding oil lubrication at the refueling position to a narrow setting shaped by a company
moreover, these toys will not cause accidents. Some toys need data. For example, the American toy company, whose advertising slogan is "send a message and you can hug your child", claims that parents can record messages and send messages to their children's teddy bears through the attached app. But earlier this year, it was reported that more than two million recordings were exposed to potential hackers, as well as 800000 email accounts and passwords
"similar events remind consumers that they should be more careful when using such products that need to collect data and set stronger passwords", said Michael Kaiser, executive director of the non-profit national network security alliance
other parents don't think there is anything wrong with "automated" play or "automated" sleep. Stacey seehafe, the mother of two daughters, said that nonferrous metal industrial enterprises above the scope achieved a profit of 179.9 billion yuan, "It's extremely important for children to grow up with the times. Adults may not understand their world, because we were born in the era of rotating kiosks and yellow pages."
when technology begins to take over the daily tasks of parenting, parents can't just sit back and ignore it. Golin's advice to parents is to limit the time children spend on the screen, and let your children feel bored.
"Boredom breeds inspiration, and busyness accumulates mediocrity." He said, "these toys seem to save parents this part of time by reading to their children, but this is actually a problem. Because parents are not just telling a story when reading to their children before going to bed. This period of time can let both sides connect feelings, can also help children develop a sense of security, and can also help children know that the time with their parents is valuable."