Intuitive Productivity

Businesses and consumers are boosting productive habits with smart tech

Technology has become more intuitive, adapting to human behavior. One example is its use toward productivity, implementing goal-oriented behavior and habit-recognizing technology. This speaks to a more humanized method of AI learning based in intuition and flexibility, as opposed to instructions, implying a more seamlessly integrated era of digitization.
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This Quarter and Warm Top 4 Examples: 4,372 Total Clicks Oct 15 - Oct 16
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Stress-Reducing Lightbulbs - This Lightbulb Changes in Accordance with Natural Sunlight Dynamics
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V. Hot 1,876 Clicks Pub: Oct 27, 15
Stress-Reducing Lightbulbs
This Lightbulb Changes in Accordance with Natural Sunlight Dynamics
‘SVET’ is an intuitive lightbulb that changes in accordance with natural sunlight dynamics. Although we may not realize it, the brightness of a lightbulb can impact our sleep patterns,... [More]
Habit-Forming Smart Lamps - The 'Peak' Smart Lamp Encourages People to Continue Good Habits
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This Year and Warm 1,540 Clicks Pub: Aug 24, 16
Habit-Forming Smart Lamps
The 'Peak' Smart Lamp Encourages People to Continue Good Habits
The Peak Smart Lamp is more than just an attractive lighting element. It’s also a digital life coach that encourages its users to continue pursuing good habits or break away from bad ones. To... [More]
Intuitive Office Buildings - This Building Anticipates the Needs of Each Employee
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Mild 738 Clicks Pub: Oct 21, 15
Intuitive Office Buildings
This Building Anticipates the Needs of Each Employee
Deloitte recently opened a building in Amsterdam that anticipates the needs of the employees who work there. In recent years, architects have incorporated many high-tech features into urban office... [More]
Climate-Controlled Offices - This Office Will Customize Temperatures to Very Specific Needs
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This Year and Mild 218 Clicks Pub: Jun 7, 16
Climate-Controlled Offices
This Office Will Customize Temperatures to Very Specific Needs
Italian architect Carlo Ratti has designed an office that is climate-controlled to conserve energy. The Office 3.0 will be located in Turin, Italy and using sensors it will have the capacity to &#... [More]