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Curio AI Grok - A Kid's Dream Toy?

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Toys that talk to kids and interact with kids have always been a hot item and a fun toy for both the kids and parents.  However, now we have AI and more precisely Grok by Curio that uses a kid-friendly ChatGPT model to interact with children.  For kids, this opens up a huge world where they can tell the toy to act like their dream toy (e.g. a superhero or an astronaut, like in the video) and use the AI to open a world of possibilities that most of us simply dreamed of with our toys as a kid.  For parents, the AI offers a fully interactive toy with one of the most powerful AI models protecting the content for the child, but it also opens up the toy to full access to the internet if something were to go wrong.  

This is certainly going to cause some debates, but I feel like most of those debates will have little to do with the toy or the AI model used sadly.  Overall, the video I linked offers a pretty solid introduction to the toy and tries to get it to provide "bad" answers as many parents would worry about.  I personally would have been against a toy like this, but seeing how well it did, I might consider it at this point.  Their largest problems were actually not the AI or safety issues, it was the design and how the toy's interaction was set up.

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