Proctor & Gamble (P&G) is making its first appearance this week at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) and showing some Internet of Things (IoT) technology used in everyday objects.
According to VentureBeat (https://tinyurl.com/ycc6o6y4), the company is putting sensors and artificial intelligence into things like skin advisers, razors, and blemish removers. The article says P&G’s LifeLab concepts include:
° The Gilette self-heating razor (pictured), which heats itself so “you can enjoy a shave with a warm, comfortable blade”;
° SK-II Future X Smart Store, a traveling learning lab and pop-up store that uses facial recognition, smart sensors, and computer vision tech to provide smart skincare counseling;
° Olay Skin Advisor, an online beauty tool that uses artificial intelligence to analyze your selfies and make custom skincare recommendations;
° Airi, a connected home fragrance device that can distribute custom levels of scent throughout your home, managed conveniently through a mobile app.