The heavy lifting for creating a MIRAI skill from recorded data requires very powerful hardware. Delivering this hardware in the MIRAI controller would make the controller extremely expensive, especially considering that 99% of the time, MIRAI controllers do something else. It’s just reasonable to share the resources for these brief bursts of computation between MIRAI installations.
In addition, access to the data recorded by MIRAI installations (see the other answers for what we do with the data) is important for Micropsi Industries’ ability to deliver a superior product. We’re a specialist for turning this data into value for our customers, and access to data enables us to do this.
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