The robots can speak different languages, understand the meaning of the words, respond to various questions and remember everyone they have spoken with.
"Our robots have the greatest degree of autonomy among all models presented in the current global market. They have the most powerful linguistic base, which allows them to participate in a dialogue in multiple languages, including Chinese," co-founder of the new project Oleg Kivokurtsev told Sputnik.
"At the same time they are able to recognize human speech regardless of the level of noise and people, even in complete darkness," Kivokurtsev said.
One robot costs about 10 thousand dollars, which is about five times lower than the price of any foreign analogues. The affordability of the machine can be explained by the fact that it is made from spare parts.
According to Kivokurtsev, representatives of Keysi Microelectronics are not the only ones who demonstrated interest in the Russian start-up. The project initiators are, however, sure that the project won't be illegally used by someone else as the robots' software can't be copied and has to be created from the scratch.