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|The Edge of Building Emotion @AHRExpo 2019
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My mind is consumed with "The Edge of Change" this month's theme. This is the building emotion
edge-ifcation that we will share @AHRExpo 2019 Atlanta.
This is our opening session in Atlanta
The Future of Building Automation Creating Our New Persona "Building Emotion" Mon. January 14 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM | B311 Actions Learning Emotion by Looking, Listening, Feeling, Thinking before returning a mindful reaction in a Humanistic User Experience "UX". "Emotion" is the noun used to describe the creation and depiction of a mindful interactive relationship — the conversation if you will — between the inhabitants and their physical building. It is a virtual identity, a feeling, a learning, an interactive piece, a virtual brick-and-mortar that hosts the buildings' emotion. "Building" is the verb or noun that modifies it. A mash-up of a physical fixed asset and its emotional contents creates the new Building Emotion identity.So how do we best "Look" with rapidly evolving video analytics, and "Listen" with natural language interaction and learning, using the personal assistants that are evolving as part of our edge-bots? How do we use our history of "Feeling" temperature, humidity, occupancies etc. and best combine this all with “Thinking" that will come from self-learning? Once complete we need to work a lot harder on returning that mindful reaction in the creation of Anticipatory Humanistic Relationships.
Here is a review how this session has evolved over the last few months.
on twitter depicts how building emotion has evolved since July with the
original notion of Building Emotion to @AHRExpo show time with
Edge-ifcation and changing collaborative connection communities all entering into the Edge of Change.
How does one start building emotion? Here is quick overview of how we got to the edge of change.
July - Ask some one younger, rule number one today when you seek advice ask someone younger.
What does building emotion look like?, the emotional connection between people and building
Emotion is a natural instinctive state
of mind deriving from one's circumstances, mood, or relationships with
their environment, which is the combined purpose of the building and
its inhabitance. The Building Emotion would likely be hosted in the
cloud with interaction from the edge devices and needs to be available
to every building to create its own emotional personality. Emotion is
often intertwined with mood, temperament, personality, disposition, and
motivation. Yes, this is the new building emotional twin not restrained
by physical parameters it is a growing living, interactive thing. A new
virtual mediums to purportedly communication between the dead inanimate
building and living humans.
My 12 year old granddaughter drew this depiction on a tablet
Folks in Singapore that talk to buildings picked up original art work and added color and tweeted the words asking the question "What if People could have mindful interactive relationship with their buildings?
August - A Building Whisperer
appears from Sweden who also talks to buildings, who knew that
their is a strong movement of folks talking to their buildings.
What are Building Whisperers?
Those who adopt a sympathetic view of the motives, needs, and desires
of the Building's relationship with its humanistic purpose based on
rapidly evolving views and understandings.
September - Building Better Bots Mindful and Open In this issue we conclude that the most important component of the open movement is opening our minds while growing younger.
I have been talking about voice as a game changer, but the focus now moves self-learning machine vision as the newest cost effective edge bot capability. While whispering, I shouted these words, Those that well understand what I am talking about are younger, we all need to grow younger to understand. We all need to engage with their digitally raised thoughts to help us understand new ways of thinking and doing old things. The complete industry needs to grow younger while engaging in the discussion of digital disruption. It is happening and the only thing slowing, and sometimes preventing the necessary radical change, is our existing mindset and fear of the unknown. Yet daily we take giant leaps of faith towards digital transformation in our personal lives.
October - "Edge-You-Cation" - Learning about our journey to the Edge I am always playing with words when I can not find the words to express myself I create my own. Here is another one Edge-ification, the process of moving intelligence and control to the Edge.
November - Edge-ifcation Meets Maker Movement Moving the Murky Muddled Middle to the Edge. Continuing our EDGE-ucation series - When we talk about the “edge” or more correctly “computing at the edge,” we are referring to performing essential data acquisition and computation functions as close to the data source as possible. - John Petze, SkyFoundry and Ken Sinclair, AutomatedBuildings
Edge-ifcation in the Era of Connection
We are starting an interesting, important discussion and to one degree or another participating in the necessary disruption that is driving that transformation.
December - the Edge of Change Deals with our changing collaborative connection communities and their Edge-ifcation in the Era of Connection please join in the discussion by giving this month's articles, interviews, and reviews a quick read to help set the scene. They will be posted or post them yourself on Twitter and LinkedIn where comments and discussions are welcome.
Do not think you have any opinions? Read this,
This tweet from the past is interesting "a friend vs. a creep in the walls" ours is the perception to create.
A Building becoming a friend vs. a creep
in the walls; very interesting tie-in with @Ken_Sinclair's thoughts on
Building Emotion http://www.contractormag.com/iot/building-emotion …
and @memoori's piece on Alexa Hospitality
… #SmartBuildingFI #AI #BuildingEmotion
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