Dismantling the dystopian kitchen of the future


We’re quickly advancing towards a world where we’re drastically outnumbered by connected gadgets: Cisco estimates that 50 billion devices will be online by 2020. With that in mind, Amber Case took to the stage at TNW Conference in Amsterdam on day one to warn us of the Dystopian Kitchen of the Future, which can order groceries automatically in the best of times, but locks you out of the fridge when your Wi-Fi network is down and pings you constantly with unnecessary alerts. Is there a way out? Case, who’s the author of Calm Technology, highlighted some principles to keep in mind…

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