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  • This cute robot will make you a better person
  • This cute robot will make you a better person
    Moti (2014) ©

This cute robot will make you a better person

Many people use mobile apps and wearable technology to track their fitness and get motivated, but more often than not, they fail to achieve the desired change in their actual daily habits and behaviours. MOTI – a Tamagotchi-like device – promises to give you that little nudge towards a better you.



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