“We need something that’s actually useful” Nanoleaf’s Gimmy Chu talks smart home AI, and prioritizing function over just being cool

One thing I’ve learned from working at TechRadar for over three years is that there’s so much awesome tech out there. And right now one of the most interesting (and equally terrifying) advancements we’re seeing a lot of is artificial intelligence.There are Ray-Ban sunglasses that can take pictures and answer questions using AI; there are AI-controlled grills from Brisk It that can cook your BBQ meats for you with very little human involvement; and the Earzz listening device uses

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