All about Anade Davis, a self-taught data scientist building robot AI smart homes

Abu Mubarik May 24, 2024
Anade Davis. Photo: Black News/AI Smart Homes

Recent smart home statistics show that in 2024, 69.91 million US households will use smart home devices actively. A smart home, according to TechTarget, is a “residence that uses internet-connected devices to enable the remote monitoring and management of appliances and systems, such as lighting and heating.”

Apart from giving homeowners security and comfort, smart homes save energy as smart devices run the homes. As people become more accepting of smart homes, Anade Davis is a strong competitor in a market projected to reach $154.4 billion in 2024.

A 37-year-old data scientist and real estate entrepreneur, Davis started his career in AI working with Robots & Data Science with IBM in 2018 and is now the founder of AI Smart Homes, where he and his team of architects and engineers are developing high-tech homes, according to Black News.

Davis, who studied Digital Technology at the New York Institute of Technology in Manhattan, NYC, has worked with top-notch firms like Chegg and The World Data Science Institute, the outlet added.

“We are launching 24 one-of-a-kind high-tech smart homes infused with AI technology. We are using Construction Engineering & Artificial Intelligence to build AI solar-powered smart homes, and we are building the future living experience!” said Davis, who is also CEO of Cryptoshare Holdings valued at $3 million in 2023.

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, building a home can take around seven months. Using advanced construction technology like robot 3D printers, Davis and his team are constructing solar-powered houses quickly, which include Smart Surfaces, AI Appliances, Robot Assistants, and Advanced Electronics.

“…We have developed a strategy to build fully equipped smart homes in 90 days or less. We use innovative construction techniques that can build houses as fast as possible with the highest quality material as possible at an attainable cost that benefits developers, investors, and future homeowners,” Davis added, according to Black News.

Last Edited by:Mildred Europa Taylor Updated: May 24, 2024


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