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How AI Can Bring a Personalized Experience to IoT - DZone IoT

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Sometimes it's easy to become a tad jaded about all things IoT, particularly in the consumer market due to the slew of single-purpose capabilities, copycat products, poor interconnectivity, and of course, the litany of security embarrassments. Then you meet a company that offers a way to make connected products personal, instinctual and truly targeted to the individual. I've been following the work of Neura, for a while and I met with their CMO, Kris Bondi, at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona to get an update on the company's progress and gain further insights. Effectively a B2B2C company, Neura has created an AI engine that turns IoT environments into connected universes that allow companies to connect with their customers during the most meaningful moments. Neura enables consumers to take control of their smart home devices – from Amazon Echo, Nest thermostat, Hue Lights, Ring smart doorbell, refrigerators and more – and make their smart homes more intelligent with the integration of true AI.


AI in UX: What if we think of AI while crafting experiences?

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This is a guest post made with the Neura team who will also speak at the upcoming Hacking UI Master Class. Enjoy! The flag of personal artificial intelligence (AI) has already been firmly staked in the world of the Internet. When you visit Amazon.com, for instance, algorithms curate the contents o...


AI in UX: What if we think of AI while crafting experiences?

#artificialintelligence

This is a guest post made with the Neura team who will also speak at the upcoming Hacking UI Master Class. The flag of personal artificial intelligence (AI) has already been firmly staked in the world of the Internet. Google, Facebook, and other Internet companies employ this same method, and it results in rich experiences for end-users and big revenues for the ones creating the experience. Internet companies like Google offer end-users finely tailored experiences by drawing upon users' behavioral profiles. Such profiles are derived from people's search engine habits.


AI in UX: What if we think of AI while crafting experiences?

#artificialintelligence

This is a guest post made with the Neura team who will also speak at the upcoming Hacking UI Master Class. The flag of personal artificial intelligence (AI) has already been firmly staked in the world of the Internet. Google, Facebook, and other Internet companies employ this same method, and it results in rich experiences for end-users and big revenues for the ones creating the experience. Internet companies like Google offer end-users finely tailored experiences by drawing upon users' behavioral profiles. Such profiles are derived from people's search engine habits.


Neura Moments uses AI and IoT data to personalize app experiences

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Neura, a personalization platform for app developers, today announced the launch of Moments, which aims to synthesize a smartphone user's situation within a specific context, place, and time. "It delivers personalization that is based on the real world," Neuro CEO Amit Hammer told VentureBeat in a phone interview. "It discovers the preferences and needs of people so it can serve them better." Here's how it works: Neura taps a well of data from devices like smartwatches, door locks, body weight scales, appliances, home security systems, and more, partnering with internet of things (IoT) manufacturers like Philips. Its "hybrid" AI engine ingests the data and learns users' sleep schedules and daily routines, which it uses to populate cloud-hosted profiles that Neura calls True Personas.