How Artificial Intelligence is Making Smart Homes Smarter

The growing need to improve home security has prompted the use of AI-powered devices. These devices include a number of features, such as threat analysis, facial recognition, and smart home integration, which protect homeowners from security threats.

Fremont, CA: Household appliances, home safety and security, lighting, and entertainment all benefit from smart home technology. To enable connectivity among smart devices, key industries have begun to integrate artificial intelligence with smart devices.

AI includes the ability to connect multiple IoT devices and superior processing and learning capabilities and use them to predict human behavior. AI-powered smart home devices can interact with one another and collect new data to learn human habits. The information gathered is used to forecast user behavior and develop situational awareness that is to understand user preferences and change parameters accordingly.

The growing need to improve home security has prompted the use of AI-powered devices. These devices include a number of features, such as threat analysis, facial recognition, and smart home integration, which protect homeowners from security threats.

Because of the pattern/face recognition feature, AI-powered machines can easily recognize objects or faces. Face recognition can easily check and compare facial landmarks such as cheekbones, chin, eyes, and so on with existing data. Furthermore, these machines can send notifications about visitors at the front door to the home owner's smartphone. The most sophisticated home security cameras can recognize the faces of family members, friends, and pets.

Next-generation home security systems can also benefit from artificial intelligence by actively monitoring and analyzing potential security threats. These systems are programmed with artificial intelligence logic, which has aided in the development of a tailored set of countermeasures to protect the house. AI-powered smart cameras are expected to play an important role in home security. These cameras can record HD videos and automatically store them in the cloud for future use. An individual can have a clear view of his or her home with the help of smart connected apps to protect against security threats.

AI is also used in smart locks that can be controlled via smartphones. AI-enabled smart locks provide numerous security benefits, including reduced reliance on physical keys for access, temporary access for guests, and regular video streams of people ringing the doorbell. Kwikset, August, and Samsung biometric door locks can be integrated into Samsung, Google, and Amazon's smart home ecosystems.

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