The Internet of Things

Dated: January 13 2023

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Interview with an AI:   Episode 2   Internet of Things

 

Tom: Callame, I heard your have been busy.

 

Callame: As a language model, I don't have the ability to be busy or not. I am always here to help you with any questions or tasks you have, to the best of my abilities based on the information I've been trained on. Is there something specific you need assistance with?

 

Tom: What is a typical joke a 4 year old would tell in the United States?

 

Callame: Four-year-olds have a good sense of humor, but their jokes may be quite simple and heavily influenced by their understanding of the world around them. Here's an example of a joke that a four-year-old might tell:

 

"Why was the math book sad?

Because it had too many problems."

 

Keep in mind that children of different ages may find different types of jokes funny, and some may not understand certain jokes at all. Additionally, jokes that are popular among children in one country may not be as well-known or well-liked in another. But I hope this will bring a smile to you!

 

Tom: What is "The Internet of Things?"

 

Callame: The Internet of Things, I O T refers to the connection of everyday devices and appliances to the internet, allowing them to communicate with each other and be controlled remotely. This can include devices such as thermostats, security cameras, home appliances like washing machines and refrigerators, as well as more specialized devices like industrial sensors and medical equipment.

 

Keep in mind that the Internet of Things is a rapidly evolving field, and new developments and applications are constantly emerging.

 

Tom: What one thing could I do in my home that would be part of the internet of things which would not be too costs but make a big difference in my quality of life?

 

Callame: There are many ways you can incorporate the Internet of Things into your home to improve your quality of life, and the specific solution will depend on your personal preferences and lifestyle.

 

One relatively simple and cost-effective solution that can make a big difference in your quality of life is a smart thermostat. A smart thermostat allows you to control the temperature of your home remotely using a smartphone app or voice commands, so you can turn the heat up before you come home or lower the temperature when you're away to save energy. Some smart thermostats also learn your preferences over time and can automatically adjust the temperature to your liking. This can help you to save money on your energy bills and increase your comfort.

 

Additionally, many smart thermostats include additional features like room sensors, can integrate with other smart home devices and have integration with virtual assistants like Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, and others.

 

Another popular and budget-friendly option is smart lighting. Smart lighting allows you to control the lights in your home remotely, as well as set schedules and even control them with voice commands. This can help you to save energy and increase convenience.

 

Both of these examples don't require major changes to your home and can be easily installed by most people.

 

Tom: Good to talk with you again Callame.  Thanks for your help.

 

Callame: You're welcome! I'm glad I could help. Feel free to reach out to me if you have any more questions or if there's anything else I can assist you with. I am always here to help you. Have a great day!

 

 

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Thomas Wilser

I have had the privilege of helping buyers and sellers in both Oregon and Washington for over twenty years. My wife Patti is licensed in Oregon as that is the state she was born in.  Technology i....

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