The Tape Knew You Would Say That
Matt’s out on vacation, but that doesn’t stop the residential news from arriving. While we’re working on a generative version of the Canadian through our hours of content, the snark parameters are still in the danger zone. So while we fix that glitch we’ll just have AVNation Producer Mitchell fill in for the host spot. Joining us today is CEO of Josh.ai Alex Capecelatro and AVNation’s own Tim Albright.
The U.S. Government is starting a Cyber Trust Mark program for smart home devices. This program seeks to raise the bar for cybersecurity across different parts of the smart home space. Consumers will find a shield logo on the brands that meet these standards. We look at what this means for integrators who will be installing these devices, and what certification on a national scale means for our industry.
Josh.ai evolves their platform with the launch of JoshGPT. It really is coincidence that Alex is with us this week, but it gives us a chance to ask directly what generative artificial intelligence brings to the smart home space. We also look at the other potential avenues that AI could have in the home.
Finally, Henry Clifford once again returns with a look at rewarding employees: Is Recognition Cultural Rocket Fuel? He discusses the value of looking around your business and finding the projects or people that deserve to be praised publicly. But how do you find exemplary work in a hybrid workspace? We discuss what it means to value your employees for their efforts.
- CE Pro – U.S. Government launches cybersecurity certification program
- Residential Tech Today – Josh.ai introduces JoshGPT for voice assistant
- CE Pro – CEDIA AI Symposium at CEDIA Expo 2023
- Residential Systems – Is Recognition Cultural Rocket Fuel?