A new artificial intelligence (AI) assistant called Tiki was recently invented by a team at UC Berkeley. The invention was based on the goal of creating a virtual assistant that is capable of video streaming things from text or voice questions in order to answers those questions. Some of the questions might be about objects in an image or about the weather. In the future, this new technology might be used for household surveillance. Tiki is very easy and fast to implement. Visual questions and answers (VQA) is a new field of research which uses both computer vision and natural language processing in order to answer questions. This type of service is expected to be increasingly common across digital devices very soon.