Design, Security, And The Future Of Smart Home Discussed On These Top TED Talks
Since the connected home sector is constantly evolving, this is exactly the right time to come up with ideas. Let’s take a look at some TED Talks that talk about how our homes will change in the future. A journalist pair, Kashmir Hill and Surya Mattu, tried to understand what a smart home tries to learn about the users. The results they ended up with is shocking. Tony Fadell, an ex-Google employee, chatted about Nest and design. His talk revolves around tips for product designers. Leila Takayama is a social scientist at the University of California and her talk is very interesting as well.
Takayama’s ideas here centre on telepresence robots as extensions of ourselves, which interfaces work in social and work settings and how they could build empathy for both people different to us and robots themselves.
Sara DeWitt, a VP at PBS Kids Digital, talked about how screen time could be actually good for kids. It could help them improve imagination and enhance their learning skills. Julio Gil, a UPS industrial engineering manager, believes that tech can be applied such that people living in the countryside can also get the convenience similar to those experienced by city-dwelling residents, such as delivery. Xavier De Kestelier, an architect, discussed the idea of potentially developing homes on the Moon and on other planets and is a fascinating talk. Lastly, Scott Galloway who is a professor at the NYU Stern School of Business discussed emotional manipulation regarding the top tech giants.
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