- SINGAPORE — In the brave new world of smart homes, Dyson thinks it’s got a way to get a leg up over the competition: artificial intelligence.
- “Almost every product can benefit from AI, lighting, purification, cleaning — everything that you see in a room needs artificial intelligence,” declared Sir James Dyson, its founder said at its launch event.
- Sir James Dyson, speaking at the Singapore launch.Dyson’s already started dipping its toes in the connected home scene.
- My dream is much rather that everything is automatic, and sets itself for you to your preference,” Dyson said.
- Testing has already begun for Dyson’s new home lighting and fan systems, using face and voice recognition to detect the user, then adjusting its temperature and speed to their precise preferences.
Imagine never having to input a setting again.
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- Google Play Music update adds machine learning and a fresh new look
- A guide to using Google Play Music
- Google Play Music needs an alarm
- Google Play Music finally launches in India!
- Google Play Music uses machine learning to figure out what music you like and then mixes in signals like location, activity, and the weather along with hand-picked playlists to personalize music for wherever you are and whenever you want tunes.
Context awareness and AI smarts could help Google find more music that you’ll love.
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- It will also use AI, Google says, to proactively find information that may be relevant to what you’re working on.
- Springboard searches the contents of your Google Drive, and Google Sites gets a revamp.
- Google today hinted at a near future where its artificial intelligence capabilities underpin its collection of cloud-based applications aimed at the workplace, Google Apps.
- Google Apps gets an injection of artificial intelligence, with more to come
- It, too, is getting a dash of Google’s AI juice, which, says Ryan Tabone, director of product for Google Apps, will make a lot of the tricky things about web publishing easier.
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Springboard searches the contents of your Google Drive, and Google Sites gets a revamp.
Google Apps gets an injection of artificial intelligence, with more to come