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31/12/2018 11:51 pm  

Yes, with new technology with intelligent machines your fridge will keep your priorities in mind and order the required item without asking you. Would you allow that or think it will breach your privacy?


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01/01/2019 10:57 am  

If I have a fridge with that Technology, I will allow my fridge to make an order but I will set a limit so that the price Won't cross my budget limit. Interesting Discussion.

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02/01/2019 1:26 pm  

Here, in what way does "privacy" comes into picture? Moreover, if at all such a fridge comes for use, I think there will definitely be options to set our priorities.


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02/01/2019 8:54 pm  
Posted by: raaman

Here, in what way does "privacy" comes into picture? Moreover, if at all such a fridge comes for use, I think there will definitely be options to set our priorities.

It's almost there and you will soon see it in your area too. Based on artificial machine intelligence it will be in touch in various outside sources which might have impact on your privacy too.  Read here

https://www.techopedia.com/definition/15684/smart-refrigerator


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09/01/2019 3:22 pm  

Will you explain further that the machine like fridge could order foods for the family? Is it connected with the market or whatever?


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11/01/2019 11:04 pm  

It's a long answer which needs an entire article to explain it but if you wish to know this interesting feature, go through this link (not a ref or affiliate link) https://www.theverge.com/2016/1/5/10708380/samsung-family-hub-fridge-mastercard-app-groceries-ces-2016


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12/01/2019 1:41 pm  

Thanks I have been clarified now. The fridge has a built-in touchscreen for the user to use it in ordering foods if out of stock or they are running out from the fridge. It is still the man not the machine that orders the foods. Am I not right?


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18/04/2019 8:50 am  

I would like to test with low value orders first. Also, I would not like any auto-reordering and would want some kind of a control- in form of total order value and the choice of vendors.
If I feel that some vendor is not right, I would not want to order from that one.


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