The mobile devices fed with artificial intelligence (AI) are no longer an “if,” but rather a “when.” Without artificial intelligence, the increasing complexity of our devices will become overwhelming.
Over the next two or three years, we will see an emphasis on artificial intelligence in mobile devices, even beyond the early examples of today. This change will happen because activities and interfaces are becoming so sophisticated. If not done, users will spend too much time trying to get the apps/information they need to be productive.
Artificial intelligence will be a journey that will take several years to complete. In the initial phase, we have some voice assistants (e.g., Amazon Alexa, Siri, Google Assistant, Cortana ) able to move in a limited set of activities. In the future (in three or four years), with new and more powerful Artificial Intelligence components on each device, we will move to a more extensive AI. The future device cannot only analyze some simple commands but can actually learn what we do. It will understand what we want, and provide the appropriate suggestions to improve our overall experience.
In the final stage, we will probably see a highly dynamic and straightforward user interface. It will be base on the knowledge of the AI of what we have to achieve at a given time and in a given circumstance, but this will probably happen in at least five to seven years.
AI is the next phase of user interface development
Current voice-activated assistants are not AI. They are automated voice-activated search tables that return pre-programmed results. They have very original features: cloud services monitor what we have done in the past and run it by looking in a tree of possible actions, like an advanced search engine. This automated intelligence is a planned approach, but it is not really AI.
Learning what we do personally, instead of dealing with most users, and then choosing a suggested workflow, will move the needle dramatically. Continuous monitoring and knowledge will enable our devices to become our alter ego, knowing precisely what we desire based on specific preferences and current conditions.
Mobile devices based on the AI of the future
What does all this mean? The mobile devices equipped with artificial intelligence in the future will provide several advantages.
First of all, they will become much safer. As the devices learn about us, they will be able to tell if we are using the device or if someone else is doing it. It will prevent references from being stolen and allow someone to use or tamper with our devices. And it will enable us to delete passwords for all the sites we access, making life a lot easier.
Thus, real AI will allow us to effectively manage all those dozens of apps that we download, which result in having more and more devices with power and memory. Ultimately, the various and different user interfaces through the apps will become invisible while the AI system transparently interfaces with the apps for us. Based on what we have done and what we want to do, the device will select the next app, manage the necessary data, and maybe interact with a series of apps. It is no longer required to open a variety of apps to get things done.
Finally, since AI can understand our needs, it can then make us safer. By monitoring our usage and determining if there is something that makes us look sick or under stress, and if some action will be needed. With a whole series of sensors and monitors connected to our mobile device, which essentially becomes our personal edge server, the IA functionalities will provide vast amounts of data to be analyzed to our advantage and be able to react to problems much more quickly than we can manually do.
INSIGHT: The ‘ edge computing is distributed IT architecture and opens with decentralized processing power, designed for mobile computing technologies and the Internet of Things (IoT). In edge computing, data is processed by the device itself or by a local computer or server, instead of being transmitted to the data center.
Devices based on real artificial intelligence are not so far away
Although most of these words are highly futuristic, it is not that far away.
Apple, Samsung, Qualcomm, Google, Huawei, and others have already begun this path at the chip level, operating system, and device. The specialized subsystems for AI will improve in the next 1-2 years and will transform thanks to a capacity that will be much more powerful.
There will be some setbacks along the way, but probably in the next three to five years, pretty much all of us will carry around a mobile device that uses full power AI technology, although it will start at the top end of the device market before finally arriving at medium-low level devices. As a result, our typical use of devices, the types of apps we have, and the variety of interactions between us and our devices will change dramatically. The ‘ artificial intelligence will bring an ever more complex environment interaction into something that will be much more manageable. And this will be a good thing.
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