Artificial intelligence is playing technique recreations, reading breaking news, composing news articles, breaking down proteins, and showing tech grandmasters new ways of doing things.
Some AI specialists have cautioned that as we make our computers more substantial, we might be putting our own lives in danger.
Below are 25 top tech gadgets that have been built and enhanced with artificial intelligence. this article will constantly be updated as other tech gadgets are been manufactured and pushed into the market to better our lives.
Let’s begin the countdown!!!
AIRSELFIE Created for selfie-obsessed millennials, this quirky gadget lets users capture the perfect shot of themselves. The pocket-sized flyer stays in the air for around five minutes and is controlled by an app. It reaches heights of over 65 feet (20 meters) and is available in four colors – silver, black, gold and rose.
Y-BRUSH Created by FasTeesH, this mouthpiece-shaped toothbrush speeds up the process of cleaning your teeth to just 10 seconds. The device has nylon bristles angled at 45 degrees and comes with three settings that can be adjusted to suit user sensitivity.
PLOOTA A sensor-controlled safety device for swimmers, this is worn as a necklace and was designed to replace flotation devices worn around the arm. While wearing this, if you remain submerged for 30 seconds or more, built-in floats are automatically inflated.
KISSENGER The Kissenger smartphone attachment can help maintain the physical chemistry in your long-distance relationship. Developed by professors and students at City, University of London, in London, England, in partnership with universities in Japan, it fits most smartphone models. When video-chatting, kissing the rubber pad registers and transmits the pressure of your lips to your partner’s device… giving both the feeling you are actually kissing each other.
SMARTDUVET BREEZE The Smartduvet allows you to control the ambient temperature in each side of the bed. Controlled via a smartphone app, it uses individual air chambers to deliver different levels of hot or cold air to different sides; the air is cooled (or heated) by a control box under the bed.
BIG-I ROBOT Created by Chinese company NXROBOA, this robot can perform simple household tasks such as controlling other smart devices and providing reminders. It can also interpret voice commands and includes facial recognition technology. Standing 2’6” (0.7 meters) tall, it can move around the house, avoiding obstacles, and is controlled via a smartphone app.
HANDENERGY The brainchild of inventor Michael Vaga, this gadget allows users to charge their phone battery by simply holding the device and rotating their hand. This motion activates the HandEnergy’s gyroscope and produces energy that can either be stored or used to charge a mobile.
MOTO PARILLA The Moto Parilla is a cross between rugged off-road cycles and electric-powered motorcycles. Equipped with eight gears, the bike has a range of 50 miles (80 kilometers) on an eight-hour charge. It is available in 250 watts and 500-watt versions and can achieve a top speed of 18 mph (28.9 kph).
‘A’ SPEAKER Designed by Akoustic Arts in Paris, France, the device is an alternative to headphones and enables a person to listen to music or watch a movie without disturbing other people in the vicinity. It transmits sound via a directional beam that can be aimed directly at the listener.
WORLD’S SMALLEST CAMERA DRONE The world’s smallest camera drone – the Skeye Nano – is only five inches (four centimeters) wide but can fly to heights of 165 feet (50 meters). This tiny gadget can flip and tumble in mid-air while capturing images. Best of all, it weighs a mere 0.5 ounces (14 grams) – roughly the same as an empty can of Coca-Cola. It runs on a battery that provides four minutes of flight time when fully charged.
HANDS-FREE SUITCASE Have you ever found yourself rushing through the airport trying to catch your plane? And at such times did you wish your suitcase would magically come rolling along after you, so you could concentrate on weaving a path through the rush hour? Your dreams have been answered – designed by Israeli company NUA Robotics, this smart suitcase uses your smartphone’s Bluetooth connection to track your location. It also has a camera sensor, an anti-theft tool, and a reserve power source.
CANDLE-POWERED LAMP This is a lamp that uses heat generated by the flame of a candle to power a LED bulb and light up a whole room!
A ‘SMART’ COFFEE MAKER Coffee lovers can now create the perfect cappuccino from the comfort of their couch, thanks to the world’s first smartphone-connected bean-to-cup machine. The PrimeDonna Elite from De’Longhi allows you to create, personalize and deliver your perfect cup of coffee via a Bluetooth-enabled app on your mobile device. It can create hundreds of different varieties of coffee-based drinks… all from one app!
SELF-HEATING GLOVES These are the world’s first self-heating gloves. Perfect for braving the winter cold for early morning jogs, they function by channeling the body’s energy to heat hands; this means they do not use artificial sources like batteries and can work in any condition.
APP-BASED CIGARETTE CASE Controlled by a smartphone app linked to a fingerprint reader, this is an anodized aluminum case that allows the user to cap the number of cigarettes made available to smoke in a day, week or month. The app also provides details of health benefits and financial savings made by regulating consumption.
‘TRAKKIES’ If you’re the kind of person who constantly forgets to pick up keys, wallets or other small items, this is the gadget for you. A coin-sized device, Trakkies refers to a connected network of trackers attached to everyday items. Once the system is turned on, if you forget to pick anyone up, it will emit an alarm, flash LEDs and provide directions to the object via a smartphone app.
TRON-INSPIRED ELECTRIC MOTORCYCLE Inspired by the cult entertainment franchise “Tron,” there are several designers – like the Parker Brothers’ concept vehicle Neutron – that seek to create these cool-looking electric motorcycles. Neutron features an A/C induction motor drawing power from a lithium-ion battery pack.
SELFIE TOASTER -This unique cooking appliance lets users get their faces on a slice of bread by using custom heating inserts
FITTERSIFT SHIRT Aimed at optimizing the body efficiency of a person by raising blood oxygen levels, the Fittersift shirt makes use of responsive textile technology, which transforms waste body heat into infrared energy.
EXPERIENCE HELMET: The Experience Helmet is designed to enable a person to hear his/her own brainwaves. It makes use of an electroencephalography (EEG) sensor that records any electrical activity taking place, which is then converted into sounds that reflect their state of mind.
If you are tired of your partner’s snoring, invest in this anti-snore pillow that detects vibrations and gently nudges the sleeper to change positions without waking them.
A BELT THAT CHARGES YOUR SMARTPHONE – Designed by Nifty, the belt comes in brown or black leather and is fitted with a tiny charger (2,100mAh) and a USB port built into the buckle.
REMOTE-CONTROLLED GOLF TROLLEY Don’t have a caddy for your weekend golf round? You don’t need one – with this remote-controlled trolley that carries your clubs while you make birdies all day long.
BITBITE … EAT RIGHT Developed by an Israeli firm, this tiny device monitors your eating habits and provides real-time dietary suggestions that are displayed on your smartphone.
BUS THAT RUNS ON POO- A U.K.-based company developed this 40-seater Bio-Bus that generates green energy enough to travel 186 miles (300 kilometers). Where does it get the energy? From treated food waste and human excrement, of course!