Let’s stop being silly with the ridiculous smart stuff.




If you think your connected toothbrush and hairbrush are examples of valuable smart technology, think again.

If you ask Nelly Yusupova, founder of Digital Woman and TechSpeak for Entrepreneurs, she says that to be deemed truly “smart,” technology needs have at least “marginal human benefit.”

“It should help us save time, be more productive, in general just help something within our lives,” she says.

For more on what makes smart tech truly smart, check out the video above.


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