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A Kanak from New Caledonia in the Pacific, the expert in Oceanic cultures -- whose treasures form a major part of the museum's collection of indigenous art from Africa, Asia and the Americas -- is a former head of the breathtaking Renzo Piano-designed Jean-Marie Tjibaou Cultural Centre in the New Caledonian capital Noumea.
The French minister of the country's far-flung overseas territories, Annick Girardin, was among the first to hail Kasarherou's appointment, tweeting, "It's a first. No other Kanak has ever led a major museum in mainland France. Bravo, much deserved for such a prestigious post."
I went back to Las Vegas this week to check in on the annual Kitchen and Bath Industry Show, known as KBIS. Like CES, KBIS also takes place across the many halls of the sprawling Las Vegas Convention Center. If you're into backsplash tile and cabinet hardware, this is the show for you.
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Serving up a better smart home
Where the basic, transactional smart home functions (turn the lights on and off with your phone, turn your AC off when your thermostat detects that you've left the house) are well understood at this point, the next step in bringing all of these fixtures online needs to do more than turn your phone or your voice into a simple remote control. All of those simple commands generate data. It appears that the industry is now ready to put that data to work in the kitchen.
He has said that he was committed to a "dialogue between cultures" and would continue to cooperate with African countries, some of whom are demanding the return of artefacts taken during the colonial era.
GE's approach is focused more directly on food preparation. Like the Family Hub fridge, GE's Kitchen Hub over-the-range microwave (and the vent hood-only version released this part year) is built around cameras and a large touchscreen front-and-center in your kitchen.
Former French president Jacques Chirac, himself a fervent collector of indigenous art, bulldozed the project through by merging two previous collections, despite a fierce rearguard action by some academics.
I spent 15 minutes trying out the newest version of the Samsung Family Hub smart fridge at Samsung's CES booth this year. It was just me, the fridge, and version 5.0 of the software that runs the 21-inch touchscreen embedded in its door.
I don't anticipate either GE's or Samsung's solution will sway skeptics of the smart kitchen or the smart home in general this year, although credit to both companies for bringing new functionality to existing products. In Samsung's case, even the first generation Family Hub refrigerator, now five years old, will get the object recognition software update. The more important point is that both companies are going beyond the basic transactional smart home functions and doing something innovative, and even potentially useful with data they generate by bringing household devices online.
Although a hit with the public, the Quai Branly museum was hugely controversial when it opened 14 years ago both for its architecture and for the way it displayed indigenous art, with some critics calling it "colonialist" and "regressive" for the way it seemed to fetishise indigenous by exhibiting it in cabinets of curiosity style.
We've seen this kind of data interpretation in other smart home products. Google's venerable Nest Learning Thermostat claimed from the start that it would learn your behavior to adjust the heat in your home automatically. Mattress-maker Sleep Number introduced a smart bed that communicates with devices like a Nest thermostat and a Fitbit fitness band to inform you about the patterns of other things in your life that correlate with you getting a good night of sleep.
Once I pay for all of that food and bring it home, that's when my family's cooking for the week gets real. The most functional scenario would be a system that logs what I've purchased at the moment I buy it, supported by a kitchen full of cameras and sensors in both my refrigerator, my cabinets and wherever else I store my food to monitor my total food inventory and generate and maintain a weekly menu, recipes and the following week's shopping list in real time. We're not there, and I'm not sure I'd want to be yet without robust end-to-end data security, but short of that overall scenario, Samsung's Family Hub 5.0 software appears to be a pretty good next step.