Every day, things around us are becoming more and more intelligent. 

Artificial intelligence (AI) is a revolutionary advance in technology that is making everyday objects smarter. AI is a method of problem-solving that utilizes smart algorithms and pre-defined instructions to process large amounts of data and learn from them. So, what everyday objects can run AI? Let’s take a look.


Smartphones are probably the most common everyday objects that are now running AI. Smartphones are able to understand and interpret human speech, use facial recognition to unlock the device, and provide custom recommendations to their users. AI-powered virtual assistants, such as Apple’s Siri and Google’s Assistant, are now doing the work of a human assistant on your smartphone. Voice dictation and text recognition, video search and many other AI-driven functions are being used on smartphones as well.

Smart Home Appliances 

The Internet of Things (IoT) is a network of connected “smart” objects, such as home appliances, that can interact with each other. With the help of AI-powered technology, many everyday appliances now have some form of intelligence built in. Smart refrigerators are able to detect an item inside and notify users when something needs to be restocked. AI-powered washing machines can adjust the water temperature and cycle settings according to the type of clothes being washed. AI-powered thermostats can learn a user’s preferences and schedule and adjust the temperature in the house accordingly.

Smart Home Assistants

Smart home assistants are becoming increasingly popular, thanks to AI. These virtual assistants can interact with users to answer questions, control other devices in the house, and even take orders for deliveries. Amazon’s Alexa and Google Home are two of the most popular AI-powered smart home assistants.


Wearables are becoming smarter with AI being built in. AI can be used in wearables such as fitness trackers, smartwatches, and augmented reality (AR) glasses to track fitness data and provide accurate health insights. AI can also be used to give users personalized recommendations and notifications. For example, an AI-powered fitness tracker can analyze a user’s sleeping pattern and provide advice on how to adjust for a better sleeping schedule.


AI is being used in cameras as well, to make them smarter. AI-powered cameras can recognize faces, objects, and scenes automatically and make intelligent recommendations. AI-powered cameras allow users to see better resolution and clarity in images, and they can even adjust the brightness, contrast, and color automatically to get the perfect shot.


AI is also being used in automobiles. AI-powered vehicles can sense their surroundings and make decisions that help them move safely. Many cars these days are equipped with AI-powered features such as self-driving technology, adaptive cruise control, automated parking, and lane-keeping assist. AI can also be used in car entertainment systems to provide recommendation of songs and podcasts to listen to.

Medical Devices 

AI-powered medical devices have made big steps in improving care for patients. AI-powered medical devices are able to detect signs of disease earlier and more accurately. For example, AI-powered computed tomography (CT) scans can detect signs of Alzheimer’s disease with high accuracy. AI-powered prosthetics are helping amputees regain movement, and AI-powered robots are being used in surgery to perform operations with greater precision and accuracy.

Artificial intelligence is becoming increasingly prevalent in our everyday lives, and it is being used in a wide variety of everyday objects. From smartphones and home appliances, to wearables, cameras, automobiles, and medical devices, AI is making these objects smarter and more useful. It will be interesting to see what other everyday objects will soon be running AI.