AI is enabling smart homes


One of the most popular characters that Harvey Comics ever created was Richie Rich. It’s hard to forget Irona, Richie’s robot maid if you recall the strip. Later, it made Irona have a better resemblance to an individual when Netflix adapted it into a film. Imagine having a robot maid at home like that, doing all the jobs, and catering to your needs. To afford such services now, it is not important to be wealthy.

Without any warning, artificial intelligence and robotics have entered our rooms already. It might seem that Artificial Intelligence has been in hibernation for many years. But they’re now visibly in operation. Artificial intelligence plays a crucial role in our everyday lives inside our homes, from automated voice assistants to robotic kitchens. He discusses how personas will play a key role in creating smart home intelligence in the last episode of ‘Predicting our Future,’ a podcast series by Andrew Weinreich.

At our house, we seldom use remote controls. These days, when we need support, they’re either Alexa, Siri, or other voice assistants that we call for. Whether it is changing channels, switching lights off, or putting orders online. These smart speakers can receive and act on commands. To perform a mission, they use natural language processing powered by artificial intelligence.

To build a personalized food experience, technologies such as machine learning, image recognition, and data-driven predictions integrate with smart kitchen appliances. It becomes simpler to prepare food when a smart fridge will recommend recipes by scanning the available ingredients inside. This continues to a stage in which food can be cooked according to personal choices and served on your plates. In the kitchen, Artificial Intelligence can save time, resources, and reduce food waste.

McCormick and IBM recently shared the limelight by using artificial intelligence to come up with new food flavors. This, combined with data-driven algorithms, can easily generate recipes and plan meals according to the preference of the customer.

Moley, the complete robotic kitchen that began in 2014, is getting ready for the public right now. This includes two complex robotic arms, a GUI screen with a massive recipes database, a recipe recording system that makes it a smart kitchen device that is completely automated.

For us, robotic vacuum cleaners are nothing new. For almost two decades, they have been in operation. Over the years, technical advances have altered and made functions more sophisticated. Now, using 3D geometry, robotic vacuum cleaners can detect objects and search the area to avoid any obstacles. This makes it more capable of encouraging human lives by planning a cleaning map, identifying clean and unclean surfaces in real-time.

Smart homes ensure an energy-efficient, cozy, smoother life with fewer boring activities to concentrate on, as Andrew Weinreich suggests in his podcast ‘Predicting our Future.’ More effort goes into productive work while your home can take care of itself and your needs. Using predictive analysis, a smart home can understand your decisions and cater to your needs using artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies. It will have an integrated environment that can be managed via the internet or smartphones. Smart homes fitted with artificial intelligence are something to look out for with rapid urbanization and rising technology demand.

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