Imagine that this clone was not a physical person, but an AI, made up of every piece of data that you have ever shared. Your emails, your social, your banking history, your IOT, your health data and doctors records, your photos, your browsing history, your location - everywhere you have ever been, your flights, trains, ubers, hotels and Airbnbs.
All of this data is out there in the cloud, right now, it is just not connected…yet.
With the ubiquity of data and our propensity to share it, a new type of AI can create a complete picture of us, that knows us better than we know ourselves
Assembling a team of the brightest and most curious brains at Greenwood Campbell, we brainstormed our everyday lives and what our AI would need to know.
Investigating how this kind of connected data could become useful to us, we came up with the following
When this data is finally connected across the cloud, a new era of data driven personalisation will govern everything we do.
She knows where you want to go, what you can afford, what is available from your location, what makes you happy/sad/excited/frustrated and your dreams and aspirations.
Although IAMU is isn’t yet a reality, this kind of virtual assistant has been wrestling it’s way into our lives for the last few years. Just look at apple’s Siri, Amazon’s Alexa & Google’s Home Assistant.