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At the edge of innovation: What can edge AI do for you?

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Imagine you want your new smart thermostat to quickly turn up the heat so that your house will be warm after your get home from work on an unusually cold day. You connect from your smartphone and ask it to act. You won't know it, but that action may take several seconds as it moves your request to the cloud and receives instructions back. Now imagine the self-driving car you're in suddenly senses a dog running into the road in front of you. The car needs to react in milliseconds to avoid a disaster.


AirPods Pro drop to $180, plus the rest of the week's best tech deals

Engadget

Memorial Day may have come and gone, but you can still pick up some of our favorite electronics for less thanks to some holiday deals that are still available now. Apple's third-generation AirPods are still down to $150, and the AirPods Pro have returned to a sale price of $180. Two pairs of Samsung wireless earbuds are down to new all-time-low prices, and Solo Stove's extended Memorial Day sale allows you to get up to 46 percent off its fit pits. Here are the best tech deals from this week that you can still get today. Apple's AirPods Pro are back on sale for $180, which is about $70 off their original price.


Smart homes on rise, will Artificial Intelligence take over next?

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Smart home or automation technology that converts a home fully tech-driven with a remote program device has integrated home appliances with sensors and actuators via the internet. But the next phase of it is bound to be of Artificial Intelligence that is fast taking off in this segment. The technology available so far is able to control devices like light, fan, TV, climate, enjoyment systems, and appliances. Some common applications include lighting control, HVAC, outdoor lawn irrigation, kitchen appliances, and security systems are already part of our daily life. Read: Canada's defense scientists develop a model to enable trust in Artificial Intelligence and Autonomy (January 28, 2021) Voice control devices like Amazon Alexa or Google Home have accentuated the process to control almost every aspect of home through the Internet of Things (IoT) at a cost that ranges from $174 to $10,000, which has made repetitive daily routines easier and significantly cut down on energy costs too.


The Impact of Artificial Intelligence In Smart Home Automation

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In this 21st century, the majority of households are shifting into smart homes. They have adopted smart home technology and its applications. It also counts for security, home safety, performance, and lighting. The principal industries have begun integrating artificial intelligence with smart machines to facilitate connectivity among several devices. AI empowers the capability to connect several IoT projects linked with better processing and learning skills and utilize them to prior human presence.


The best smart home and kitchen sales we found for Memorial Day

Engadget

If you've been waiting to upgrade your home with the latest gear, this weekend might be the time to do so. From robot vacuums to Instant Pots, there are a number of great sales for connected appliances and kitchen gadgets for Memorial Day this year. As you can imagine, there are quite a lot of them, so we've collected some of the best ones below. Anker's Eufy RoboVac 11S is one of our favorite budget robot vacuums thanks to its slim profile, smart features and affordable price. It doesn't have WiFi, but it does have a remote control.


Living with Astro, Amazon's home robot

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Amazon's household robot is exactly what I expected, but it's not what I wanted and it definitely isn't what anyone asked for. Instead of a multitasking mimicry of me that can empty the dishwasher, pick up my kids' shoes, feed the dog, and clean the house, Amazon's first attempt at a home bot is simply a souped-up Echo Show on wheels. It also has two cameras that it uses to find people and places in your home to deliver items, reminders, or timers. It can act as a security guard and patrol your home when paired with a Ring subscription, and it can fart and burp. In short, the Astro does everything Amazon's smart home products and services already do -- only on wheels. But the Astro is a robot. And that part is really cool.


The best smart lights you can buy

Engadget

One of the best places to start when building a smart home ecosystem is smart lights. Not only are they relatively affordable compared to other IoT gadgets, often costing between $10 and $50 a bulb, but they can also completely change the feel of your home. You can go from boring and analogue to colorful and automated within minutes, and there are endless possibilities when it comes to creating funky-colored light scenes, setting schedules and more. But like the rest of the smart home space over the last few years, there are now more players in smart lighting than ever before. We tested out some of the most popular smart lights on the market and found that most of them are quite good, but there are differences in compatibility, color quality and mobile app usability that are worth considering before deciding which system will be right for your home.


IKEA made a Matter-ready hub with a new smart home app to match

Engadget

IKEA continues its foray into smart home devices with the launch of a Google Matter-ready hub called DIRIGERA and a new IKEA Home smart app. With the new device and app, the Swedish company is promising to handle more smart device segments while making device integration easier. It says the app will be "convenient, easy to navigate and user-friendly" for anyone just getting into smart home tech. "With the new DIRIGERA hub for smart products, users will be able to onboard all IKEA smart products to the system and steer them individually, in sets or in groups in the new IKEA Home smart app. This enables users to create different scenes with pre-set functions of the smart products and increases the personalisation options for the smart home," according to the company.


This Updated Curtain-Opening Robot Offers a Taste of Luxury

WIRED

What smart home is truly complete without self-opening curtains? In movies, automatic curtains usually signal that we're in the future (or that the protagonist is way too rich). With the SwitchBot Curtain, you can get a little taste of the good life by automating your curtains to open and close with the sun or on your preferred schedule. Pick up a SwitchBot Hub and you can even tell your preferred smart assistant to open the curtains while you lounge in bed. The promise of sunlight gently waking you and curtains that automatically close to keep things cozy at night is exciting, but there is a price.