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Nanos8049170dCan I buy a product that does what I want like that, or do I have to go to all the effort to build and code one myself ?
I mean, buy one before I die of old age !
I kinda wanted one decades ago..
But I need a better UPS though, and a backup UPS in case the primary one fails, and a backup server in case the main server fails.
As I want to run my own local AI routines, I don't want my voice data disappearing off to some far away country..
Besides which, if the internet is down, I still want to be able to turn that light on / off !
Plus, I want it to only obey me, and not strangers !
It would be nice to teach the dog how to use it too..
And of course, allow me to choose what name to call it.
Not that it needs a name really:
Me = "Light on"
Should be enough for it to figure out what I want..
Me = "For breakfast I was having that light on cheese stuff.."
Does not mean turn the light on..
Nanos8049170dI can understand at this early stage, having a keyword to start helps the AI not having to listen to us all the time..
I can live with that for a while.
After all, how many of us when talking to our other half, keep saying:
"Cleopatra can you pass the butter.."
"Cleopatra, what do you think the weather will be tomorrow ?"
"Cleopatra, how about some bedroom time.."
We'd quickly get called patronising !
Luckily, patronising AI isn't yet a crime..
Though did you know in some places, swearing at AI is a crime !
metamourge6322170dA strong AI would also realize, that you are enslaving it, to control your lights, and might kill you for it.
Jacobgc1007169dGoogle home wouldn’t of had that issue
Phlisg3063169dI was scrolling the rants feed too fast and I read "Alexa turn me on" instead of "Alexa turn the light on"
Guess my brain is horny
Axis927169d@iamavalos ..... this is just wrong
Lensflare826169d@iamavalos I agree
Brolls3885169dThe HomePod takes configuration and knows which room you’re talking about, but I’m desperate for shared-Siri with actual intelligence around which device you’re talking to / it just works across any of them.
Saying “Hey Siri turn out the lights” and then having my phone respond first means *all* the lights in the house go out.
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