Sega, renowned for Sonic and Genesis, introduced the less-known Sega AI computer in 1986, boasting a 16-bit NEC V20 CPU and 128KB RAM.

Its software, tailored for young users, aimed to teach Prolog AI, akin to IBM's Watson.

Among its programs was a kid-friendly journal app generating diary entries from user responses.

The unveiling of these forgotten titles entices both gaming and computer history enthusiasts. Despite its antiquity, Sega's AI computer remains a stark contrast to modern AI systems like ChatGPT.