The wonderful world of automations

iPhone is now allowing automations to happen based on actions or statuses on your device. Automations are useful to it secured actions in your home, for example, turning on the lights, turning on the coffee maker, or manipulating the status of devices in your house.

The automation is hard and really useful for the every day use in your heart
Whenever you go out of your house, for example, iPhone cannot only detect that you’re going out but also can’t detect if you aren’t connecting to your CarPlay. So when this happens, your music will start automatically, your thermostats can be sent to our lower temperature, the lights on your house can be turned off, and your map will automatically open it with the address of the next appointment that you have.

All of this can be configured depending on the time
So for example, if in the morning, your GPS will adjust the map so you can go to your work. But if in the afternoon, then the map will show your home address instead. Also the automation can run automatically when you are arriving to your house. iPhone will be able to detect your location, let’s say, 2 km away from your house.

This opens a new world

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What is love with Jim Carrie

Today I was talking with a friend about going out on a Saturday night, and we got to remember when we were young and how some Saturdays you would find fun things to do but some other Saturdays you wouldn’t have anything at all or they would not be anybody available to go out with you.

That’s when I remember about that sketch on Saturday night live with Jim Carrey about three guys going out trying to find a place to go and party
D S Katz was famous a few years ago, it use the song that was part of a movie called what is laugh,

What a slob, what is love.

I only came to the realization later that this sketch west record it not a few years ago, as I first thought, but more than 17 years


The case against scenes in automation

Scenes, in automation, are a great way to control your house and set the devices to their ideal state depending on the time of day or what you want to do at your house.

Would you like to watch a movie? Just press the “Movie” scene, and your house will turn off living room lights, turn on the TV, and even prepare some popcorn. This seems pretty cool… in theory:

Although scenes are really easy to use, they still require human action. You still have to tell your home that you want to watch the movie, and your home cannot figure out if you’re at the living room or anywhere else. What happens if you want to watch a movie in your bedroom using your laptop? Then you have to create a separate scene for that!

A better way to have your house automated, would be through an invisible automation, where no human interaction is needed.

Your home, using artificial intelligence, would be capable of recognizing your patterns and respond back in a seamless way, without your interaction. Let’s say you normally shower during the night before you go to bed, and you like to wake up every morning, dress and go downstairs for a coffee.

If you wake up a morning, your home would automatically set the thermostat to 21 degrees (celsius) and turn on your room or closet lights so you can dress. Then ideally it would wait for you to take the next step.

Now you can decide if you want to go to the bathroom or downstairs. Let’s say you decide to go to the bathroom and take a shower, because the previous night you were so tired that you went to bed right away.

Then as soon as you get to the bathroom, your home automation would set the right temperature for you, turn on the bathroom lights and may be play some upbeat music meanwhile you shower.

Then, if you decide to go downstairs, the living room automation would activate and turn on lights and start brewing coffee for you. Nice way to start the day!

Instead, with Scenes, you would have to wake up and manually press a button for your lights to turn on. And hopefully you have prepared a scene for every type of situation, in case you prefer to go to your bathroom right away and not downstairs that morning.

Ideally the automation would be so transparent that you don’t even notice that you have it in your house

One of the things that people hates the most is talking to their houses. This is, in principle, against human logic. Why should I be talking to a machine? I just want the machine to understand my actions and do stuff for me…

So a better way to tackle the home automation process, is to make it so invisible that you don’t even notice is there.

I have my own automation at home working for me this way. Said I leave the house and go to work: I go out of the door, my automation detects I’m leaving and turns off lights and sets the thermostat to “away”.

I jump into my car, my cell gets connected to the bluetooth and right away it opens waze to my work address. Google assistant detects I’m in the car and asks me what type of music I would like to listen while driving.

My house knows I’m away, so it sets the alarm and closes the front door for me.

When I’m finish working, my car detects I’m driving home and google assistant sets home the thermostat to 21°, my commuting is of about 40 minutes, so it is enough time for the thermostat to regulate the temperature so it is exactly at 21 when I get home.

When I get to my home, my thermostat is ready. Because I have different bluetooth speakers for every room and some automated shortcuts on my iPhone so I can turn on lights and do stuff when I get connected to a specific room speaker. So lights will turn on and stuff will happen automatically if I am in a specific room. Same for the rest of my family.

Finally when it is time to sleep, we go upstairs and a shortcut will detect the bluetooth speakers in my room and run an automation to set the temperature to 18° (we like it cold at night).

When my alarm fires in the morning, I have another shortcut that automatically runs as soon as I stop the alarm. Temperature rises to 21° and changes to heat mode with the fan on, so the kids can go to the bathroom and feel the nice warm breeze flowing. (Otherwise we would have to listen to them screaming “dad, it’s cooooold” for about 15 minutes). My news play automatically and my cell opens the twitter app, so when I’m ready to use it I can start reading my feed right away.

We go downstairs and a similar process happens with lights and the coffee maker.

This is just an example of how an invisible automation, controlling all your devices, is way better than creating manual scenes. There is literally nothing to do but enjoy, and our family members don’t have to feel weird saying things like “ok google, can you turn on the lights?” “hey Siri, please do this or that”?

While with scenes you have to manually push a button, with an invisible automation model, you won’t have to even think about anything and everything just happens at the right moment.

I tell you… You truly forget your home is automated.


Google assistant connecting to nest light Inn in the other devices

I’ve always like the idea of controlling your house with your cell phone, I was waiting on the automation to progress since many years ago, to a point where you could actually set up the devices in your house to turn on and off by using that, and in yourself.

Nowadays we have a Google assistant, for the temple, connecting to the nest hop, and other devices, light lights the thermostat, coffee maker, and many Mars more, and the possibilities for real.

The thing that I like most is that you control everything nowadays with your voice, without the need to purchase a button.

For example, when they were arrive about to arrive to my home I can tell Google assistant to turn on the main bathroom bathroom lights call me to set my thermostat to 21°, and also maybe to turn on some music so when I arrive everything is prepare for me to enjoy my home space at the Madison.

This is it


Asian in the mother of the world

It’s particularly interesting how human beings have been really good to live long as possible. Four tickets this last generation have been starting age in a sad problem and I said the seeds, instead of acid not something normal that happens to everybody.

The advances in medicine and technology has made possible that human beings expand their life pan from around 25 to 30 years to Naty, almost 90!, Years.

Given that this advance has happened in the last few
In the last few hundred years it will be expected that the human race learns how to live for more than 200 years in short time. It results impossible to imagine that humans are going to be able to crack the code of life and live beyond 200 years, and who knows if it definitely would be in the map. But something is true we’re learning how to do this and we are progressing at a rate that results in print impressive that results impressive.

Who knows?, Maybe we aren’t going to be able to live for



Artificial intelligence is about making your daily experiences a little bit smarter, by making intelligence into your every day actions come for a temple

Siri could take your messages using voice processing, and assist you in the liver any emails to people of importance. Facebook it’s actually didn’t seem something similar but recommending you for us and we used to watch you send an image to recognition. Waze is providing up to my roots based on the artificial intelligence as soon as you open the app.

Since the Industrial Revolution, humans have created tools to augment human capabilities. Sure, you can get across Europe in the horse drawn careers, but an airplane is a tool that gets you there much faster. Artificial intelligence is just another tool that that’s here to help you go faster. With AI, we can harness the power of that so that we can expand to the reach of Humanas parties to solve unforeseen problems.

But more than that, AAA represents a massive change in technology. You may call it a part of the shift or quotes this disruption