“Home is where the heart is”, and “home sweet home” are sayings that ring close to most. With the daily bustle and grind of modern day living, and how technology plays both sides of the coin in accessibility to people and services, as well as pervasiveness to our time and space, the age old adages ring even truer.
Winter is well on its way and already the nights are drawing in earlier. To get you fully prepped for the seasonal change, we’ve decided to round up some cost-effective options to keep you warm without having to deal with skyrocketing energy costs!
An article from the Saturday Evening Post in 1900 forecasted the “home of the twentieth century”. From elevators, to “houses cooled by liquid air”, where home automation is the standard. Since the introduction of household appliances, we have enjoyed a degree of automation, helping us navigate chores and tasks easier.
The emergence of increasingly capable IoT systems has teased the idea of smart home systems that integrate autonomously with the specific needs of homeowners. With projections of the smart home market growing from $20.38 billion USD in 2014 to $58.68 billion USD in 2020, there are several considerations that you should take before going in.
Living in a smart home is the new trend. Not only can you manage your home remotely and efficiently, but being able to save up on maintenance cost, energy usage and resources are also reasons why many homeowners globally are setting up an entire new smart home ecosystem in their apartment.
While there are thousands of new tech looking to make your home a hub of smart, adaptable technology, here we’ve summarized our top 5 to help you save up ASAP!
Technology moves at breakneck speed and Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) is fast turning out to be an integral part of the technology world – influencing the way we live and interact, much like electricity did a century ago.
With A.I. emerging from sci-fi movie plots and most recently appearing in mainstream headlines as the heart of highly anticipated new tech innovations, such as driverless cars and robots – it’s easy to see why many of us are not aware that A.I.-based algorithms and models are already highly ingrained in our everyday lives.
We’ve rounded up 5 examples of A.I. you’re already using – right now!