The smart-home systems in the household of the rich people may be in another whole new league. Take a peek at some of these houses.
Mark Zuckerberg lives in a Jarvis-operated house. Jarvis is an artificial intelligence (AI) that responds through voice and text commands. This AI can be used to control almost everything in the household, from lights to the temperature of the house.
The rich people are never frugal about gearing their homes with smart-home features. It's not just Google Assistant and Amazon's Alexa we are talking about, the rich people usually have their smart-home systems personalized based on their liking.
The rich people's smart-home systems are very different from the conventional ones because they have it personalized. They can have their smart-home systems personalized based on their needs. While personalization of smart-home will cost you thousands of bucks, they have the money to be spent for it.
Have you heard of Oprah Winfrey's driveway that thaws and warms itself when it's freezing or cold? Well, it's true. The driveway also notifies Oprah when she has a visitor coming through her driveway.
It's indeed in a whole new level of cool as Mark Zuckerberg's AI is voiced by the veteran actor, Morgan Freeman.
While it is a problem for many, the rich people's smart-home systems can be controlled through a single interface. Your apple smart-home devices are mostly not compatible with the others, so if you have various brands of smart-home devices, you most probably have two or more controllers and that's a bit of a hassle.
If you plan to improve your smart-home features, maybe as advanced as the smart-home features of the celebrities mentioned above, be prepared. It is going to cost you a hefty amount of money- but, a personal AI butler doesn't sound too bad, does it?
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