New home chat we can use to communicate with other

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What is LG's Home Chat? What are the features does it have? How beneficial using it? What are the system requirements? Is it compatible using it with Android and iPhones? Is it a freeware? What are the best features of this chat application? What are the languages available with this application? Can I only used it with LG products? Or other manufacturers were also thinking of following this creative application? Isn’t it a monopoly drive of LG?

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New home chat we can use to communicate with other

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LG Electronics HomeChat is only available for LG Smart Home appliances and other devices. It uses NLP or Natural Language Processing that is readable and clearly human language. Using the LG HomeChat you can freely communicate to LG Smart Appliances. You can ask the vacuum cleaner when’s the last time it cleaned and it will reply giving out the date and time and the pattern it did in cleaning. You can see and interact with the microwave oven by looking in to the recommended recipe. You can check the inventory in the refrigerator by sending message, the refrigerator will then respond to you like human stating all inventories. You can also check the status of the washing machine on what cycle it is right now and what the status of the laundry is. These is the best feature of LG HomeChat. You will never feel that you’re working and talking with appliances, you’ll feel that you’re not alone at home. For me it is not a monopoly, it just so happen that LG was the first manufacturer to launch HomeChat and smart appliances. There are lots of possibilities that other manufacturer will follow their initiative with smart appliances and embedded software with it.

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New home chat we can use to communicate with other

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LG is among the industry leaders that help bring smart appliances to modern consumers. In CES 2014 or Consumer Electronics Show held in January at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States, LG introduced the “LG HomeChat.” It merges the “NLP” or “Natural Language Processing” and the mobile messenger phenomenon “LINE” with the convenient accessibility of a Smartphone.

By means of a simple conversational texting, a person can now check the contents of the refrigerator, turn on the washer and update cycles, download recipes within range including instructing your robot vacuum to clean the carpet in your living room and kitchen floor. And the most exciting about this is that, you can do this even you’re miles away or just in the backyard.

One example is LG’s “HOM-BOT SQUARE” automatic vacuum which can be programmed remotely to clean at a time that’s best for you using a wide range of cleaning patterns. You can also send a text message and ask HOM-BOT SQUARE “When did you last clean?” The vacuum cleaner will respond via HomeChat with something like this:

“10:50 started cleaning with zigzag mode; 11:30 completed cleaning with zigzag mode”

The LG HomeChat is available initially in English and Korean. Additional languages will be introduced.

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