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“That’s probably a little crazy, but it proves that they do become a real part of your family.” More than he or his wife, though, Stuard says his three grandkids love Jibo, including a 16-month-old who calls it “Bo.” “They’re immediately drawn to Jibo,” Stuard says.They want to see it dance or play music or answer questions. It’s like a toy that poppa’s got special over all the other grandparents and that makes me kind of special.” Despite being Stuard’s device, Jibo’s update resonated most with his eight-year-old granddaughter, Maddy.
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“While it’s not great news, the servers out there that let me do what I do will be turned off soon,” Jibo announced to its owners.
“Once that happens, our interactions with each other are going to be limited.” Jibo never provided a timeline on when the servers would shut down, and in the nearly three months since it delivered its message, Jibo has remained more or less the same.
People ordered around 6,000 units during that crowdfunding presale, and Pitch Book, a private equity research firm, later estimated Jibo to be valued at $128.45 million in 2015.