Before long, voice assistants will be overtaken by the Internet of Things(IoT) and Artificial Intelligence(A.I.). Smart homes will learn the habits of their inhabitants and anticipate their needs; robots will participate in cleaning or cooking and there will be sensors that will read our emotions.
Thanks to Big Data, homes will become intelligent spaces where all devices are integrated. Technological advances will reach such a point that A.I. assistants will manage homes, learning about their residents and coordinating all their devices.
As A.I. and IoT develop in our homes, keeping us safe will be vital and we will invest in surveillance and security. Every device connected to the internet will be a potential target for hackers, so we must protect our devices and all sensitive and private information.
Finally, connected devices in every home have a collective potential, which is to integrate into a larger smart community. It will be possible in this way to detect a risk in one of the houses, alerting the other homes and acting in time. Technology based on A.I. and IoT will protect people.
But as futuristic as all this sounds, it is something that is already being done. For example, in the printing industry, the cell phone monitors the printing equipment and a central server that receives the data, analyzes it and decides how much stock should be kept to ensure supply to customers, when is the best time to ship cartridges and even automatically groups shipments when it identifies that the customer will need multiple consumables in the near future. Nubeprint, with 5 registered patents, offers a managed MPS solution with algorithms and dynamic filters, in 2013, we developed the first A.I. engine for MPS and, since 2017, it has a Machine Learning (ML) developed specifically for MPS, this machine learning is a subcategory of artificial intelligence through which the system develops pattern recognition or the ability to learn continuously, with predictions based on Big Data, after which it makes the necessary adjustments without having been specifically programmed for it.
SOURCE: thedecorativesurfaces.com / Nubeprint.com