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3 remarkable developments from the smart-home sector

27 Únor 2019

CES 2019 is over. It is the largest and most influential tech expo for consumer products in the world. Rompa Group has kept a close eye on the latest news coming out of Las Vegas, where the event is held every year. Our predictions are coming true: we will all make our homes smarter in the future. Here are three remarkable developments from the smart-home sector.

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1. The voice assistant that teaches you manners

We have known about the rising popularity of the voice assistants produced by e.g. Google and Amazon for a while now. In the future, the goal is to be able to control all our devices with voice commands. The technology goes one step further, even. The smart speakers of the future are taught to recognise whether a request is made nicely. “Would you turn the TV on, please?” instead of “Turn on the TV!” In this way, the speaker can help teach children – and adults – some much-needed manners.

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2. DIY security

We have known about the rising popularity of the voice assistants produced by e.g. Google and Amazon for a while now. In the future, the goal is to be able to control all our devices with voice commands. The technology goes one step further, even. The smart speakers of the future are taught to recognise whether a request is made nicely. “Would you turn the TV on, please?” instead of “Turn on the TV!” In this way, the speaker can help teach children – and adults – some much-needed manners.

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3. Augmented reality

We have known about the rising popularity of the voice assistants produced by e.g. Google and Amazon for a while now. In the future, the goal is to be able to control all our devices with voice commands. The technology goes one step further, even. The smart speakers of the future are taught to recognise whether a request is made nicely. “Would you turn the TV on, please?” instead of “Turn on the TV!” In this way, the speaker can help teach children – and adults – some much-needed manners.

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