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Artificial Intelligence changes cell phones

 

 

 

 

 

Artificial Intelligence is already here and it affects human’s everyday life, as it has made great changes to it. As experts say, artificial intelligence algorithms are almost everywhere around us: from buying a product, watching a movie and digital personal assistants, up to robots, stand-alone vehicles, and diagnosing illnesses and conditions.

In particular, as stated in the White Paper “Mobile AI (artificial intelligence) and the Future of Intelligent Devices”, developed by International Data Corporation (IDC), funded by Huawei, artificial intelligence “will become a symbol, just as it was locomotive at the onset of the Industrial Revolution “.

The majority of the world will use a smartphone

Beyond branches such as construction, retail and health, artificial intelligence will also significantly affect the future of personal computers. According to the IDC White Paper and the platform that will benefit most from the penetration of artificial intelligence is smart mobiles.

More specifically, IDC estimates want smartphones to make 60% of the world’s population in 2021. The fact that in 2016 5.6 smart phones were sold for each computer is indicative of this trend. Smart phones has already changed significantly not only how consumers interact with computers but also their own market over the last decade.

This is largely due to the evolution of mobile applications, which are now able to exploit the power of the cloud, location services, QR codes and camera capabilities of the devices. These figures, as reported in the study, which are now considered as “sine qua non”, have opened new horizons, creating new markets such as mobile application development.

The latter are currently a factor that greatly affects smartphone manufacturers – operating systems and platforms without applications of sufficient quantity and quality, can not be established. The new generation of applications and services that are in the pipeline will emerge by exploiting the potential of artificial intelligence.