Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. i-Cybie is a robotic pet that resembles a dog. It was manufactured by Silverlit Electronics. The i-Cybie robot responds to sound, touch, voice commands via remote control. Although i-Cybie does possess a limited amount of artificial intelligence, programming is not easily modifiable by the end-user, and it is not capable of autonomous learning. The i-Cybie was one of the first robot pets on the market that could power itself via its Walk-Up-Charger. The i-Cybie can be trained to respond to voice. Listening mode and in sequence, pressing each tricks command on the remote control and speaking that command. There are 8 different voice commands. One can choose what word or phrase i-Cybie will respond to for each trick. The voice control interface is speaker dependent so i-Cybie will only respond to your voice alone, not the voices of others.