Linux-based home automation recognizes faces

The silky sleek-looking Sense device is a home surveillance camera with a self-learning AI engine that can “detect your presence, recognize your voice and gestures, learn your preferences, and choreograph your connected devices to respond to you appropriately,” according to Silk Labs. In addition to providing basic home surveillance services such as giving you a remote video feed of your pet, it studies a user’s preferences and routines to automatically adjust lights and temperature, and launch music based on time and context.
To control Sense, you can use a smartphone app, as well as direct voice and gesture commands. As with most such products, Sense is touted for its quick and easy setup.

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