Our home is our sanctuary from the outside world. Where we reset and recharge for the next days tasks and responsibilities. This is our quiet time to be alone with our thoughts and our family. The problem is, many of us are not alone. In fact, many of us have an invisible intruder that we’ve brought into our home, sitting motionless on a table or counter. The directions say you can set it on “sleep” mode, but is she ever really asleep? We’ve all heard some variation of an event when Alexa or Siri have involved themselves a little too much in everyday life; even when no one ask her for ANYTHING.
Technology has opened up a world we couldn’t have imagined 30 years ago. Our access to each other and worldly information is unfathomable. Next we began looking at ways to use technology with the idea of ease-of-use in mind. At this moment, we invited someone in our home to turn on the lights, play music, set an alarm, etc. By receiving more “help” in our homes, we’ve exchanged privacy. Isn’t it time to have a piece of technology that ensures privacy when interacting with loved ones? Want to hear more stories about tech being creepy? Click HERE. Interested in a space for your family to connect without a nosy interruption or ad? Start Here For FREE