Top Ordinary products become unique by Ai – Top Artificial Intelligence (AI) Applications in 2023
In a world where technology continues to advance at a rapid pace, it’s no surprise that even the most ordinary products can be transformed into something extraordinary. Thanks to the power of artificial intelligence, everyday items are becoming smarter, more efficient, and ultimately, more unique.
From household appliances to personal devices, AI is changing the way we interact with the products we use every day. In this article, we will explore the top Top Ordinary products become unique by Ai.
AI-integrated smart ovens and refrigerators
At CES 2023, Samsung unveiled a new oven and refrigerator in its line of AI-enabled Bespoke Home smart devices.
Compared to conventional oven models, Bespoke AI Oven possesses many extremely useful features for users. For example, this oven model integrates an internal camera and active sensors, allowing recognition of more than 80 dishes and ingredients to optimize cooking settings. It can send warning messages if it detects food that may be on fire.
In case you are confused about what to cook, Bespoke AI Oven will recommend meals based on home ingredients.
Quite interestingly, Bespoke AI Oven’s camera can…livestream the ‘scene’ inside the furnace to streaming platforms like Twitch.
As for the 4-door Flex – Samsung’s latest smart refrigerator model, this refrigerator integrates an AI-powered camera that can scan food labels. As a result, the refrigerator can check which foods are still in the refrigerator, and which are not.
TV supports AI to process picture – sound
Also at CES 2023, Samsung introduced a new line of TVs with AI-powered “Auto HDR” mode.
Accordingly, Samsung’s Neo QLED-format curtain will integrate the Auto HDR Remastering feature, which “uses AI deep learning technology to analyze and apply real-time HDR effects on standard SDR content on the basis of every scene.” (HDR increases the contrast between the brightest whites and the darkest blacks a monitor can produce.)
Specifically, this feature compares non-HDR content with HDR content and uses machine learning to analyze the difference, then performs the conversion. Meanwhile, rival LG also launched TVs with built-in AI. LG’s 2023 Z3, G3 and C3 OLED TV models have a mode that automatically detects and refines some similar objects and faces for more “lifelike” color quality. Another mode, AI Sound Pro, can simulate a surround sound setup using only the built-in stereo TV speakers.
AI-integrated GPU enhances video quality
Nvidia is using AI to upscale (upscale) old, fuzzy YouTube videos. During the press conference at CES 2023, Nvidia showed off RTX Video Super Resolution, a feature that will roll out next month for all of Nvidia’s RTX 30 and 40 series GPUs.
When enabled, it upscales videos played in Chrome and Edge on PC (at low resolution) to a quality equivalent to 4K resolution.
This mechanism is similar to the long-standing AI upscaling feature on Shield TV and Shield TV Pro. According to PCGamer, RTX Video Super Resolution will support any video with resolutions from 360p to 1440p, up to a frame rate of 144Hz.
Anti-fatigue AI watch
Wearables brand Citizen entered the AI field this year with the second-generation CZ smartwatch – the 2023 CZ Smart. Accordingly, this watch model runs Google’s latest operating system for wearable devices, Wear OS 3.
Leveraging technology from IBM Watson (IBM’s AI research division), CZ Smart attempts to identify the wearer’s biological clock after collecting sleep data for about a week to provide tips to help combat the problem. fatigue again.
To improve relevancy of recommendations, users can take gamified tests based on NASA’s psychomotor test, which was originally developed for pilots to use. Astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS) give feedback on how tired they are.
CZ Smart tabulates the results to calculate a “warning score” that captures how tired the wearer is at a particular time. It’s worth noting that the CZ Smart isn’t the first wearable that can track sleep and offer suggestions for improvement. Samsung, Apple and Fitbit are among those offering features on their various wearables for sleep analysis and tracking.
AI controls the lighting system according to each game
For gamers who are passionate about decorating their gaming corner, Govee introduced a product called AI Gaming Sync Box Kit at CES 2023.
Using AI trained on various game scenes, the device (via HDMI and Wi-Fi connections) syncs Govee-branded smart lights with any game titles. which you are playing. In particular, when you achieve an achievement in the game, or when a certain game event appears on the screen, one of the 30 lighting effects of the lighting system will be activated.
Self-driving baby stroller with built-in AI
You’ve heard of self-driving cars, but what about self-driving baby strollers?
The Ella smart stroller from Canadian startup Glüxkind is powered by an engine that uses AI to detect obstacles and dangers on the sidewalk. Equipped with sensors including a camera, Ella can drive itself when there is no baby inside, automatically keep up with parents when they hold their baby and automatically stop if it encounters obstacles.
The vehicle’s cameras track moving and stationary objects such as people and bicycles, alerting parents to potential collision hazards through sounds and flashing lights in the handlebars.
As for Ella’s motors, they provide force support when the user pushes the trolley manually, assist when tilting and automatically brake when going downhill or standing still. Ella also has no shortage of baby amenities, such as the “rock-my-baby” feature that automatically swings the carriage back and forth on the stroller, or the built-in lullaby that can be customized.
Glüxkind has even developed a phone app that tracks the routes and distances the stroller has traveled, as well as being able to locate the stroller if it gets lost.
AI robot knows how to pick pepper
Developed by Japanese agricultural startup Agrist, the robot can identify and pick “ready-to-harvest” peppers even when they are covered with a thick layer of leaves.
Using a combination of cameras and computer vision models trained for different parts of the pepper, the robot is able to determine the location, size and ripeness of each pepper and its cut point.
A mechanical arm of the robot then does the picking and cutting, placing the harvested pepper in the collection box. According to Agrist, over time, the robot’s software can begin to predict crop volumes and make recommendations on how to optimize growth rates by collecting data and analyzing the number of days it takes to grow mature pepper.
In conclusion, the integration of artificial intelligence into everyday products is revolutionizing the way we live and interact with technology. From personal devices to household appliances, AI is making ordinary products more efficient, smarter, and unique.
As AI continues to evolve and improve, the possibilities for transforming ordinary products into extraordinary ones are virtually limitless. The future holds exciting prospects for how AI will continue to enhance our daily lives, and we can’t wait to see what’s next. So, embrace the power of AI, and experience the difference for yourself!