Apple has Acquired Machine Learning Company Inductiv Inc.… Read More Apple Acquires Inductiv Inc. AI to Fix Mistakes in Data Automatically
Wyze raised $10M to improve AI and Create new Product Categories… Read More Wyze Labs Raises $10M to Improve Its AI Technology and Launch New Product Categories
Simulated Alexa Switch for SmartThings : Find out How to Trigger Alexa Routines with SmartThings.… Read More How to Trigger Alexa Routines with Anything From SmartThings
May 29, 2020 – It’s been a good month of interesting Smart Home News Updates. I’m amazed at the number of ways we can save time and money by integrating all these devices. I’m just going to walk through some of my experiences in the last month or so. We’ve been generating so much content lately that it’s time to look back and see summarize.… Read More Having Fun Automating here on automatelife.net – May 29, 2020 Update
Find out how to use the Wyze App on your PC.… Read More Get Wyze on Your PC
Alibaba, one of the world’s largest companies, is making a 1.4 Billion investment into Artificial Intelligence for its new Smart Speaker. It will be called the Tmall Genie Smart Speaker X1. They are using the money to invest in Artificial Intelligence to boost their Tmall Genie line of devices so they can integrate and automate all their devices. However, this is not the first time we have heard about Alibaba making a push into full home automation. There were reports back in 2017 that Alibaba was in the process of making their own Smart Speaker to integrate into the Tmall Genie ecosystem. But, here we are in 2020 – Alibaba is creating its own AI ecosystem to complement its devices.… Read More Alibaba Making AI-Powered Smart Speaker Tmall Genie X1
In order to connect your TV to the Apple HomeKit ecosystem, you’re going to need AirPlay 2 now. This means that your Apple TV will or Apple Device (iPad, HomePod) will need iOS 11.4 or tvOS 11.4 or later to ensure you get sound from your TV.… Read More Connect TV to AirPlay 2 Compatible Devices or Speakers
Has the business model changed? or is it just a revenue thing, period. Why is there a generalization that monthly subscription models are the way to go? It might mean steady revenue, but does it really encourage growth? Is it of value to the consumer to be paying a monthly fee for service?Why do we say that it is just the way it is when it’s not what is needed… Don’t needs drive business?
Who drives business? The consumer or the business?… Read More What’s up with these services being no longer supported? Do this instead.