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    The Home Brewing Revolution

    Published on Nov 7, 2015

    Fireside: The Home Brewing Revolution

    Home brewing used to be just for the dedicated enthusiast, but new connected brewing technology is changing the game. A discussion about the future of in-home brewing.

    Speakers:
    Michael Wolf (Interviewer); Bill Mitchell, PicoBrew

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    The Quantified Kitchen

    Published on Nov 7, 2015

    Panel: The Quantified Kitchen

    The combination of connected appliances, big data, smart storage and more will change what we know about food and nutrition. A discussion about use cases, new services and consumer privacy.

    Speakers:
    Stowe Boyd, Gigaom (moderator); Santiago Merea, Orange Chef; Madhuri Eunni, SKE Labs

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    The Connected Kitchen Opportunity

    Published on Nov 7, 2015

    Opening Comments & Fireside: The Connected Kitchen Opportunity

    The arrival of the new technology into the kitchen represents significant opportunity, but also presents challenges. A discussion about striking a balance with Chris Young of ChefSteps.

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    The Connected Appliance Revolution

    Published on Nov 7, 2015

    Panel: The Connected Appliance Revolution

    Ten years from now it's likely every new kitchen appliance will be a part of the network. How will the smart home change appliance design, user interfaces, sales and customer support?

    Speakers:
    Rich Brown, CNET (moderator); Alejandro Pena, Jarden; Steve Joseph, Dacor; Nate Cho, Electrolux

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    Announcing Innit: A Smart Kitchen Startup

    Published on Nov 7, 2015

    Michael Wolf took stage to interview Eugenio Minvielle and Kevin Brown as they introduced Innit to the world.

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    The Disrupting Kitchen

    Published on Nov 7, 2015

    Renowned kitchen designer Johnny Grey explores how people are changing how they are interacting within and around the kitchen in an era of immense technological advances.

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    Starting Point for the Smart Home Consumer

    Published on Nov 7, 2015

    Panel: Smart Kitchen: Starting Point for the Smart Home Consumer?

    The smart home is a confusing mix of technologies, products and platforms, and consumers are unsure of where to start. Could the kitchen be the entry point for the market?

    Speakers: Richard Gunther (moderator); Kevin Garton , Zonoff; Peter Taylor, WeMo; Jack Suvak, Moen

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    Reinventing the CookBook

    Published on Nov 7, 2015

    Panel: Reinventing the CookBook

    The cookbook is being reinvented in the age of connected devices and apps. A discussion about the future of recipes, cook books and culinary discovery.

    Speakers:
    Samantha Hart, Better Homes & Garden (moderator); Kevin Yu, SideChef; Ben Harris, Drop; David Feller, Yummly

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    Designing User Experiences For The Smart Kitchen

    Published on Nov 7, 2015

    Panel: Designing User Experiences For The Smart Kitchen

    New technologies can be more annoying than helpful. This panel talks with user design experts to discuss how to design products for the smart kitchen

    Speakers: Stacey Higginbotham, Fortune (moderator); John Kestner, Supermechanical; Jon Mann, Artefact

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