How AI Can Change the Way You Clean

We explore how AI is changing how we keep spaces clean, and where the technology is heading.

2 years ago   •   2 min read

By The ReFocus Team
AI is making it easier than ever to keep things clean.

This week, March 27th through April 2nd is cleaning week. This article will discuss AI’s influence on cleaning, whether that is in your own home or business space.

In today’s world of instant gratification, where everything is at our fingertips, AI-powered cleaning makes sense. The work-driven world around us can leave less time at home picking up and preventing messes, leading to the need for these services.

Keeping your home fresh with AI

AI has been integrated into our homes for over a decade. A well-known example of this is the iRobot Rumba. However, AI has come a long way since then, and now the possibilities are seemingly endless. There are robots to clean your windows, gutters, and the air you breathe. Machine learning has even come far enough to fold your laundry for you! With all the advancements in today’s technology, it is exciting to picture what AI can do for you next. The spiked interest in these products leaves companies to focus on precision when it comes to new developments in machine-learned cleaning. These robots learn how to complete the specific needs that will fill your desired outcomes.

Bots powered with artificial intelligence are keeping workplaces more sanitary than ever.

How has AI cleaning affected the workplace?

AI-powered cleaning equipment typically works better in a commercial or business setting because the home requires a more delicate touch. They are highly productive when completing repetitive tasks, like ones performed in office spaces.

Robots can work all hours of the day and guarantee consistent standards where humans cannot. Including more AI-powered cleaning in a commercial workspace will reduce the risk of illness and lower the rate at which employees cannot work and call in sick.

IoT (The Internet of Things) is used to describe physical objects embedded with software and sensors to communicate with the internet, and it also reduces the number of times employees touch the same surfaces by enabling smart temperature, smart lighting, etc. This technology also provides information on heavily trafficked areas that may require more frequent cleaning or, on the other hand, when spaces do not need the same level of attention.

While a good old spring cleaning never hurts anybody, having the assistance of an AI cleaning product could be just the thing you were looking for.

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