As The Verge reports, the Chinese market for smart voice-activated home assistants has gone largely untapped, even though Google and Amazon are making waves elsewhere -- a problem that Baidu and AiNemo's 'Little Fish' aims to combat.
Unlike some of its competitors, Little Fish includes a camera and a large screen to make it more interactive and efficient. The robot wakes up to the phrase "xiaoyu xiaoyu," and works by interpreting the words of the user that's nearest to it.
With Little Fish, users can conveniently set up reminders for themselves, search the web, order groceries or take-out, and even video call their loved ones. In addition, Little Fish can function as a home security system by monitoring one's home with its camera, which can be accessed and controlled remotely.