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      Relationship between AI and Smartphones After Revolution in the World of Mobile Technology | RRD’s Opinion

      Artificial Intelligence is taking over every industry in the world as of now and especially with services like ChatGPT becoming more famous day by day. In the coming years, the integration of artificial intelligence (AI) with smartphones is set to transform the way we use and interact with our mobile devices, which are already important in our lives.

      As AI technology continues to advance, it is becoming clear that the smartphone of the future will be a far more intelligent and intuitive device than anything we have seen before.

      One of the key ways in which AI will be integrate with smartphones is through the use of virtual assistants.

      As we have seen the likes of Siri, Alexa, and Google Assistant become increasingly sophisticated, able to understand natural language queries and respond with relevant information.

      In the coming years, virtual assistants will become even more intelligent, able to anticipate our needs and preferences and offer personalize recommendations and suggestions.

      Let us understand by an example, they may be able to suggest restaurants based on our past dining habits, or recommend books based on our reading history.

      Many services already do that, so the future will be quite interesting.

      One more way in which AI will be integrated with smartphones is through the use of augmented reality (AR) technology.

      AR allows digital objects to be overlaid onto the real world, creating a seamless blend of virtual and physical environments.

      This technology has already use in a number of smartphone apps but in the future, it is likely to become even more widespread.

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      AR could be use to create immersive gaming experiences or to provide real-time information about our surroundings, like the names of buildings or landmarks.

      AI and AR are complementary technologies, as services that are working with Augmented Reality technology use AI to build and integrate environments that can be cater to audiences.

      Marketing AR tech to users has become easier than ever.

      Certain AR offers or coupons can appear on the customer’s device when they are shopping through the aisles of a store.

      This is power by AI, since it recognizes your location and patterns to recommend you relevant information in this case, coupons. 

      Google Maps has already start integrating AR within Street view.

      When you open maps and AR is an option, the app will automatically recommend switching to AR view, and it’s a handy for tourists who like exploring places without the guidance of locals and the barrier of language.

      AI will also play a important role in improving the security of smartphones.

      As many smartphones use facial recognition or fingerprint scanning to unlock the device, but these systems can be bypass by hackers using sophisticated techniques.

      But in the future, AI-power security systems could use a range of biometric data, like voice and behavioral patterns, to more accurately identify the user and prevent unauthorized access.

      AI is far more capable of recognizing certain frequencies and discrepancies in sound signatures which can help privacy-centric people be stress-free since hacking an AI-power security barrier will be far harder than a simple fingerprint scanner.

      So, as with any technological advancement, there are also concerns about the integration of AI with smartphones.

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      One of the main concerns is the potential loss of privacy, as AI-power virtual assistants may have access to sensitive personal information.

      There are also concerns about the impact of AI on employment, as the increasing automation of tasks may lead to job losses in certain industries.

      After all these concerns, it is clear that the integration of AI with smartphones has the potential to revolutionize the way we use and interact with our mobile devices.

      As technology continues to advance, we can expect to see even more sophisticated virtual assistants, more immersive AR experiences, better photographs, and more secure and personalized smartphones.

      It is up to you to ensure that the benefits of these advances are balance against the potential risks, and that we use this technology responsibly and ethically.

      Rahul Ram Dwivedi (RRD) is a senior journalist in 2YoDoINDIA.

      NOTE : Views expressed are personal.

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