Smart home technology is becoming increasingly important to both developers – through their apartment plans – and the Australian consumer – as a way to save on energy bills.
But for LG, the next step in smart homes is all about artificial intelligence (or AI), with its idea first outlined at the technology fair CES 2018 in Las Vegas, and with more details coming at the IFA Global Innovations Show.
Does this mean after years of being yelled at, your television will finally start yelling back? Well, not really – although if you ask your smart speaker nicely, it will sing for you.
The proposed idea is that while refrigerators, televisions, dishwashers, washing machines and lights could respond to voice commands, they might also learn from your daily habits to the extent that they’ll already know what to do before you tell them.
It won’t involve needing to learn a whole new operating system, either. Senior director of LG Global Communications, Ken Hong, said that the key to success was complementing existing technology, and embracing tech that buyers were already familiar with.
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