The adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) extends into every industry and touches our lives in some manner, every day. Finance, Marketing, telecommunications, commodities trading, these are just a few examples of sectors that embrace AI.
The future is here. Self-driving cars, chatbots, and even the order screen at McDonald’s add convenience to our lives and save us time, and money while increasing efficiency. The programming of AI is concerned with managing millions, even billions, of commands in a fraction of a second to produce functions that are both smart and accurate.
The mobile technology sector is a prime example of an industry with developing prospect for the advancement of AI tech. Here are 5-ways that AI is changing the face of mobile tech today.
The Internet of Things
IoT adds convenience to everyday activities. This form of machine learning brings artificial intelligence into your home, office, and even your car. IoT lets devices communicate with each other, without the need for human oversight.
IoT enabled devices can collect data in real-time and distribute it to all other devices on the network, instantly processing and updating communications. This speed of processing translates to efficient data communication between your smartphone and any other device connected to your system.
It is possible to control appliances in your home, bring your car around from the parking lot, or run a bath before you set foot at home after a hard day at the office. Superior convenience advances through machine learning technology and communications.
Enhancing Search and Communications Functionality
Logging onto a search engine and typing in your search request is so 2017. Now it’s possible to request a search through opening your phone with a voice prompt. While this tech has already been around for years, advancements are enhancing its functionality.
Gmail recently introduced voice command to its email application. Now you can command Gmail to send a reply merely by asking it to do so. AI systems, like ALEXA, are now capable of delivering you relevant information by filtering your frequently asked questions. Facebook’s algorithm collects data on your search behavior and viewing habits and then uses Facebook pixel to push products and news directly into your newsfeed.
Chatbots are a customer service revolution. They allow marketers to stay connected with their clients and never miss out on a service exchange. On the customer end, chatbots improve service quality and customer satisfaction.
Chatbots can serve multiple customers at one in real time, without the need for any human interaction, 24-hours a day, 7-days a week. They keep the conversation going, even when you’re offline.
App development companies are jumping on the AI bandwagon as well. Location data apps like GPS-Handy Orten, provide real-time location data between your phone and the internet in real time, allowing you to control your device from remote locations.
Brands use machine learning to track what you’re searching and present you with deals that inspire user engagement. This system gives them personalized data based on large exchanges of data that happen in milliseconds.
AI is revolutionizing the world of online cybersecurity. App development uses AI to identify threats to servers and systems in real time to prevent hacks and cyber theft. AI systems can identify risks and security loopholes before they occur, providing preventative security measures to mobile technology development and users.
AI technology enables improvements in biometric identification. These advancements allow identification systems like fingerprint and retina scanners to operate with optimized efficiency, preventing misinterpretation of scan results.
Authentication technology extends to mobile shopping as well. AI enhances the ability for e-commerce to grow by improving security around login and checkout. This tech extends to mobile banking, providing enhanced security around transactions.
Wrapping Up – The Future for AI
Smartphones are ever-increasingly advancing into our daily routines. Our phones provide us with a link between the physical and virtual world. The gap between what’s currently possible and what’s achievable will continue to drift towards each other when we consider the potential of AI in mobile technology innovation.
As AI progresses, especially with the introduction of 5G wireless technology, we can expect the further integration of machine learning to improve and optimize communications, convenience, and functionality in our lives.