Monday, January 18, 2016

The Autonomous Home Office

A really nice piece by Eric Grevstad at PCMag looks at self-driving home offices and the kind of tech kit that would make a genuine difference to any shedworker or homeworker, from intelligent printers to foldupable offices. Here he is on having a robot personal assistant:
"An artificial intelligence butler like Jarvis from Iron Man (but without the taking-blue-humanoid-form-and-donning-a-cape part) that can respond to voice commands. It could check my schedule, take a letter, or gently wake me. I would add the ultimate synthesis of smart calendar, to-do, email, and customer relationship management (CRM) software, with everything from OS X's Reminders to the Timeful technology Google acquired for Gmail—which lets you schedule imprecise tasks such as fitting in three trips to the gym in a week."
Well worth a short read. --------------------------------------------------------------------
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