Electronic products can “talk”

  Talking mobile phone
  ”The product you like is already online, do you need to order it immediately?”
  ”The price is too expensive, or wait until the price is reduced.”
  ”It may not be reduced. There are too many people like you, don’t be there. I can’t buy it again.”
  At first glance, you think it’s two people talking. In fact, it is not, it is a dialogue between man and machine-Apple Siri.
  Human and machine dialogue? Did you make a mistake?
  –indeed so.
  Talking refrigerator
  ”Order me a yogurt.”
  ”Order you a bright low-fat yogurt, that suits you.”
  ”OK”.
  This is a talking refrigerator launched by Samsung at the 2016 International Consumer Electronics Show. This refrigerator can not only “talk”, but can also buy milk directly online according to people’s voice prompts. In addition to milk, it can also help you buy everything from online supermarkets such as Suning and Tmall.
  The talking home voice platform
  ”turn off all lights.” “Turn the air conditioner to 20°C.” This is a home voice platform jointly launched by home automation technology company Instron and Microsoft recently. Windows Phone users can realize voice control of the lights, thermostats and other devices that can be connected to the home. For example, you can use Cortana (Cortana, the world’s first personal intelligent assistant released by Microsoft) to voice control the lighting system in your home, and provide scene-based lighting solutions, such as movie mode, party mode or even the mode you know . Coupled with Cortana’s learning ability, the air conditioner at home can also be turned on at the right time according to voice prompts, allowing you to enjoy the beauty of human technology before returning home from get off work.
  Even if you forget to turn off the lights during the holiday, you can remotely control everything through Cortana.
  Users can speak and give commands to Windows Phone phones, and the voice platform rarely misses them.
  At present, in addition to Instron’s home voice platform, there are Google’s voice assistant Google Now, Google Glass and Android Wear systems, and Apple has a smart home platform HomeKit.
  The talking balance car
  ”slower, it’s about to turn.” Upon hearing this, it really slowed down and started to turn. This is a talking balance car jointly launched by Intel and Segway in 2016. Not only is it obedient, but the most interesting thing is that it can talk to people. It uses the Intel Atom processor and the new Intel RealSense ZR300 camera, which can pass through complex environments and intelligently interact with users and their home sensors.
  As a transportation tool, the balance car also provides 15 safety technologies such as intelligent speed limit, low battery protection, artificial intelligence learning, humanized safety self-check, and pick up and stop protection.
  Now, the balance scooter jointly developed by Xiaomi and the company has the nature of dialogue, convenience, flexibility, and zero emission. It is expected to make outstanding contributions in alleviating traffic congestion, energy saving and emission reduction.
  It is believed that soon, this car will shine in the eyes of Chinese people.
  Nowadays, talking electronic products have become the easiest way for people to interact. Once voice control is combined with hardware, a brand-new road will be in sight. This is the real “Internet of Everything”. But here comes the problem again. Imagine you shouting “No shampoo” in the bath! What will you hear? Is it the iPhone next to the washbasin? Or the LeTV Super TV in the living room? Or the shower you just bought? At this time, you will encounter a more complicated problem: everything will react to what you say.
  What is our future? Wait and see