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The Blink Video Doorbell is on sale for just £39.99 - plus 10 more smart home deals up to 45% off

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SHOPPING: Products featured in this article are independently selected by our shopping writers. If you make a purchase using links on this page, MailOnline will earn an affiliate commission. Want to maximise your home security or have remote control of your heating and lights? Amazon has a selection of smart home devices on sale. Whether you're looking for a smart doorbell or new wireless earbuds for your morning commutes, today you can shop and save up to 45 per cent on bestselling Echo, Fire TV, Blink and Ring devices.


Artificial Intelligence: In the Future of Work & Engagement - Digital First Magazine

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Dr. Dean Anthony Gratton is a technology influencer, analyst, and futurist. He has authored several books and many contentious columns dispelling the rumours, gossip and hype surrounding new technology. Dean has worked within the wireless and telecommunications R&D industry as a software engineer and a solution architect. He has developed new products and created architectures for the consumer and industry to include the IoT, Big Data and Industry 4.0 (IIoT); the Smart Home & Cities, and the Smart Metering sectors. His wireless research work has been patented.   We have an uncensored belief in something we have not entirely understood. Human-like Cognition in a Computer This is a sentiment gathered from many years working within an industry always eager to develop the next big thing. A certain excitement and momentum combine into some kind of whirlwind, where often concepts can be typically taken out of context and exaggerated. If I go back to the original conception of AI in 1955 at Dartmouth College, New Hampshire, Dr John McCarthy and his team of research engineers, who originally conceived the term ‘artificial intelligence,’ have since been collectively recognised as the founding fathers of AI. Today, artificial intelligence is assistive technology, and it […]


ChatGPT: Microsoft to invest $10B in the Google killer -- TFN

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From medtech to fintech, Artificial Intelligence (AI) is rapidly transforming our world, with the potential to revolutionise industries and fundamentally alter how we live our lives. Whether it be self-driving cars or smart homes, AI has infiltrated nearly every aspect of modern life – and its influence is growing every day. In recent years, AI tools have become more sophisticated and are now being used to help individuals and organisations in various ways. One such tool that has developed a buzz in recent times on the Internet is none other than ChatGPT, developed by OpenAI. The tool has quickly grabbed attention for its detailed responses and articulate answers across many knowledge domains.


CES 2023: Digital Health, Connected Cars, Smart Homes, and Beyond - Connected World

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From a smart device capable of urinalysis from your home toilet to a robot dog and a smart bird feeder, CES 2023 was full of fun surprises. It also proved the annual event continues to set the tone for the coming year in connected devices across the consumer and enterprise realms, spanning verticals such as healthcare, automotive, smart home, and beyond. In healthcare, the newly announced smart device for home toilets is from Withings, and it really does analyze a person's urine in realtime. U-Scan is a little Wi-Fi-connected device that contains a dozen test pods with various biomarker tests. It uses a clever design to test urine and then transmit test results to the user's app almost immediately.


Here's a roundup of the top AI-powered products we saw at CES 2023 • TechCrunch

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This year, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) -- the celebration of all things tech and then some -- brought what it usually brings to the Vegas Strip: AI-powered gadgets. Of course, AI comes in many forms, and not all that's advertised as AI is in fact true AI. But there's always diamonds in the rough, like an AI-equipped oven from Samsung that automatically adjusts cooking settings for the perfect bake. As my colleagues on the ground traverse the show floor (I'm covering CES remotely this year), they're highlighting the most interesting AI-powered tech they come across. I've compiled each into a handy list, which is far from definitive, but which aims to give an idea of the top AI trends this year at CES. Samsung kicked off CES 2023 with a new oven and fridge in its Bespoke Home smart appliances lineup.


Chrysler unveils two-seater cockpit concept with an 'infotainment system' and AI

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It may look a little like the inside of the Back to the Future DeLorean or KITT from Knight Rider, but this is actually a real concept by car brand Chrysler. The firm Stellantis unveiled the two-seater cockpit design at the Consumer Electronics Show 2023 in Las Vegas. It features a 37-inch glass'infotainment system', an AI assistant that can plan routes based on your calendar and'wellness experiences' that include meditation, karaoke and a DJ game. The AI assistant, known as MyDay, would provide a'welcome' to the driver based on biometric recognition, while also updating them on the vehicle's charge status and the weather forecast. There is still no sign of what Chrysler's first electric vehicle will look like on the outside, but this concept offers of glimpse of how their cars of the future may appear on the inside.


CES 2023: What Should You Expect?

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The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) launches tomorrow, January 5th, the first time the world's largest technology exhibition has been properly running for two years. If you're not 100% sure CES is, it's a global tech trade show organized by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA), held every year (apart from when Covid messes it up) in Las Vegas, Nevada. It's widely considered one of, if not the, influential technology trade show in the world. The show attracts companies and professionals from around the globe, showcasing the latest and greatest in consumer electronics, including smartphones, laptops, TVs, home appliances, and much more. CES also features keynote speeches, panel discussions, and other events, giving attendees the opportunity to learn about the latest trends and innovations in the technology industry.


What to Expect in 2023 in AI by Stanford, Mckinsey, Forbes; Where is generative AI headed in 2023;

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Increased adoption of AI in healthcare: AI has the potential to revolutionize the healthcare industry by automating tasks, improving diagnosis accuracy, and enabling personalized medicine. In 2023, we can expect to see AI being used more widely in healthcare for tasks such as analyzing medical images, predicting patient outcomes, and identifying potential epidemics. Greater use of AI in customer service: AI-powered chatbots and virtual assistants are already being used by many companies to handle customer inquiries and complaints. In 2023, we can expect to see these technologies become even more sophisticated and widespread, allowing companies to provide 24/7 customer support while improving customer satisfaction. Development of AI-powered home automation: AI is already being used in smart home devices such as thermostats and security cameras, but in 2023 we can expect to see the development of even more advanced AI-powered home automation systems.


9 IoT Trends To Follow in 2023

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Billions of devices are connected to the internet. By the end of 2019 there were around 3.6 billion devices that are actively connected to the Internet and used for daily tasks. With the introduction of 5G that will open the door for more devices, and data traffic. You can add to this trend the increased adoption of edge computing which will make it easier for businesses to process data faster and close to the points of action. Making the most of data, and even understanding on a basic level how modern infrastructure functions, requires computer assistance through artificial intelligence.


Could ChatGPT Represent A Challenge to Google Search? – RTInsights

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