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Enable devices to interact more naturally with users, triggering different emotions and behaviors

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At the core of stakes, we have the experimental release of Project Intu, as a new platform which allows developers to embed Watson functions into various end-user device form factors.
In effect, Project Intu simplifies the process for developers wanting to create cognitive experiences in various form factors such as spaces, avatars, robots or other IoT devices, and it extends cognitive technology into the physical world. 
In fact, the platform can enable devices to interact more naturally with users, triggering different emotions and behaviors and creating more meaningful and immersive experience for users. 
Project Intu, in its experimental form, is accessible via the Watson Developer Cloud and also available on Intu Gateway and GitHub.

A ready-made environment on which to build cognitive experiences running anywhere

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The expectations around Project Intu are very large. In effect, Instead of a developer needing to program each individual movement of a device or avatar, Project Intu can make it easy to combine movements that are appropriate for performing specific tasks.
Project Intu offers developers a ready-made environment on which to build cognitive experiences running on a wide variety of operating systems ; from Raspberry PI to MacOS, Windows to Linux machines, to name a few. Project Intu, in its experimental form, is accessible via the Watson Developer Cloud and also available on Intu Gateway and GitHub.