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Cesare Ferrari – KC7U5443 – A long exposure of a roomba at work

As reported in a Reuters article, ‘Roomba vacuum maker iRobot┬áis betting big on the ‘smart’ home’. There is a move to use artificial intelligence inside a robot vacuum to help it collect and then monetize on information about your home.

Here’s a few examples of what they might collect.

  1. The robot vacuum can analyze the acoustics of your home and then sell this information to companies who can help improve your homes acoustics. Actually if you’ve never considered the acoustics of your home, improving on it can truly create a much more pleasant, and in the case of a home office, professional, sounding environment.
  2. Analyze the air cleanliness and temperature in each room. This data could then be fed to your climate control unit to better regulate your homes temperature and filtration on a room by room basis.
  3. Analyze your homes layout and provide this information to furniture and decor related companies so they might recommend items that will fit in your space.
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