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"I think he ate the cat!"

Non-evil AI for your home

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Artificial intelligence. A giant magnifying glass that will enlarge the achievements of humanity, or a bunch of evil, Terminator-style robots hellbent on destruction? Probably the latter, but here's six helpful AI gadgets that prove you needn't worry… yet.

01
AI Kuri, Robot

Kuri

Enslaving robots is a bad idea. Which is why this friendly humanoid AI is designed to become part of your family, entertaining the kids, playing with pets and looking out for intruders. Be nice to it. £600 (Due Summer 2018) Buy

02
AI, LG, Fridge

LG InstaView ThinQ Refrigerator

This AI mega-fridge manages your online grocery shopping orders (fridge says 'order more craft beer'). Yes, it could potentially curtail your pork pie habit, but that's probably a good thing. Cheap, untraceable meat isn't exactly healthy. £6,500 Buy

03

Leif Grillson Premium

This electric smart BBQ has the palette of of a top chef. Specify how you'd like your meat done via an app and it uses temperature probes and AI to handle the cooking process. £2,900 Buy

04
AI, Security, Cocoon

Cocoon

The Cocoon Wi-Fi security camera is a game-changer because it can monitor your entire home. Its 'Subsound AI' tech uses infrared motion detection to sense movement beyond the room it's placed in. £167 Buy

05
Samsung, Washing machine, AI

Samsung QuickDrive WW6800

Samsung's Wi-Fi connected washing machine comes with an AI virtual assistant that selects the optimum cycle. All you have to do is stuff your grubby little garments into its gob. £899 Buy

06
Coffee, AI, GINA

Goat Story GINA

Making good pour over coffee requires a high degree of skill. This stylish coffee instrument uses a built-in scale and barista-approved AI to brew a single origin Rwandan to perfection. £200 Buy

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