UNISOC has found a unique way of integrating AI into the everyday lives of Indian of users. With its 40 percent share in the Indian market, including feature phones, UNISOC is in plans of releasing chipsets that would support artificial intelligence, augmented reality and virtual reality. These chipsets would make it a reality for Indians to access advanced features, including facial recognition. Its applications are diverse and multi-faceted, such as securing the mobile phone and online transactions with facial recognition and a lot more.
Practical AI by automating personalized and contextual calls
Knowlarity, the cloud telephony leader, is leveraging next-gen Text-to-Speech services to take AI to masses in the form of "Personalized Contextual Automated Calls." With the functionality giving complete control over pitch, accent and language, companies are able to offer a fully customized and excellent communication experience to their customers. This is achieved by accessing information from multiple data sources and key consumer insights.
This is one of the key areas phone makers are working on with respect to AI. Using AI, the phone's camera interface can detect the subject in the camera frame (landscape, food, fireworks etc.) and accordingly adjust the settings for the best possible image. AI can also identify facial features and automatically enhance them for a superior portrait.
There are translation apps available that let you take an image with text in one language to another language. However, these apps use Internet to upload the image for analysis and then translation. With onboard AI, your phone will be capable of translating different languages in real-time without the need of an Internet connection.
Voice Assistants have been around for some time now. Siri, Google Assistant, Cortana and Alexa are all Voice Assistants that use AI to identify what you say and respond. Now, voice assistants have improved thanks to enhanced AI integration. They not just reply to queries but also perform tasks such as placing an online order, searching a particular song and typing a message.
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