Artificial intelligence and machine learning are at the heart of modern technology. Here is how AI will drive the technological transformation in smartphones in 2021.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has now become the cornerstone of any modern technology, irrespective of the industry. However, it plays a pivotal role in ‘smart’ industries; industries where automation and deep learning can undoubtedly alter the landscape. For instance, AI in control systems in companies can reduce the burden on the labour, while increasing the efficiency of the entire process, and significantly reducing the latency and time delays. That said, artificial intelligence and machine learning have already made a significant difference in the smartphone industry, and are expected to revolutionize the smartphone industry even further in 2021.
To elucidate how important AI and machine learning are to smartphones, today, even smartphone cameras are optimized and powered by artificial intelligence, in order to click the best images and selfies. Voice assistants on our smartphones, including Siri and Google Assistant use AI to recognize our voice, and respond to our commands. Google Maps and Maps on iPhones use machine learning to help us navigate better, and find our destination easily. While these are just some of the uses of AI in modern smartphones, we can expect them to go a step further in 2021. Let us see how that can happen.
Augmented Reality-Based Learning
Work-from-home and e-learning have become the order of the day, and it is extremely likely that this mode of working and studying will become the new norm. As the Coronavirus pandemic rages on, governments around the world are sceptical about restarting schools and offices. While working professionals will find it very easy to get used to the work-from-home model, it is the students that are currently facing issues with e-learning, as many find it difficult to adapt to the home tutoring environment.
This is where augmented reality (AR) comes into the picture. AR is used to make interactions more engaging, and smartphones in 2021 may use augmented reality to deliver better — and closer to classroom education — experience to the students.
Merging AI and IoT
Smartphones and smart devices today have merged artificial intelligence with the Internet of Things (IoT), and this is expected to be taken to the next level in 2021. For instance, smartphones today come with virtual assistants like Siri and Google Assistant, and smartphone users can use voice commands to control smart devices that are interconnected, with them being controlled by smartphone apps.
This is already in use. The best mobiles under 20,000 come with voice assistants, and smartphones inherently enable you to connect IoT-enabled devices, and control them via smartphone apps. This can become even more prevalent, and easier to access through better and seamless integration of artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things.
AI algorithms are already being used in smartphone cameras today, with AI-powered rear and selfie cameras. For instance, the Xiaomi Redmi Note 9 Pro Max comes with AI-quad cameras at the back, which enable smartphone users to take better images, as artificial intelligence identifies the theme in the camera frame. Artificial intelligence also lets you automatically select the right filter depending on the subject of the image, while it also lets you choose the right lens while taking the photo, thereby ensuring that the images come out crisp, vivid, and with stunning detail.
Artificial intelligence is also used to deliver better results via telemedicine, as you can quickly search your symptoms. There are applications that perform better than a simple Google search or WebMD, which use artificial intelligence to quickly scan your prevailing symptoms, and advise you whether you can rely on over-the-counter medication, or if you have to go to a doctor. This can certainly help you take preemptive measures, in the event the symptoms worsen at later stages.
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