Russian developers talked about the voice assistant “Nina” for retirees. He will help them manage digital services, computers, and will also be able to contact emergency services if necessary.
Now the voice assistant “Nina” is working in a test mode. Its authors are specialists from the Grozny State Oil Technical University named after academician M.D. Millionshchikova. They note that the Russian application has a number of advantages over its competitors.
Mass media write that “Nina” will be able to work without the Internet. Pensioners will be able to use it to type texts, and the assistant himself is able to recognize speech by accent. Also, the mobile version of “Nina” will be able to synchronize with a PC. The developers have promised that the service will be intuitive. Each user, regardless of age and health status, will be able to understand it.