AI is paving the way to smarter tech that understands why you are using it

Machine learning is here. It might be in your phone right now, and soon it will be in your car. Toyota recently unveiled its new Concept-i series vehicles that use artificial intelligence to understand their drivers. The goal? To enable you and your Concept-i to become a smart driving tag-team on the road.

It’s mind-blowing to think that as you’re
considering taking the next turn, the car is thinking about (ie, learning) why your driving style and emotional state changes when you perform certain manoeuvres. AI will also be used to estimate individual driving preferences, and to gauge alertness and emotional wellbeing.
 Smartphones are getting the AI treatment too, with the likes of Apple, Huawei and Google producing handsets that have machine learning.
The new A11 processor powering the iPhone X features a neural engine with algorithms for better facial recognition and image processing, while Huawei’s Mate 10 has a powerful neural network processing unit dedicated to learning why you use the phone. With the seemingly limitless possibilities of AI, one day our tech may know our habits and likes better than we do.


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