Mobile first to AI first

Mario K.  October 27, 2017

Mobile first to AI first

A year ago, Google’s CEO Sundar Pichai announced what he believes will be the main course of the computing industry in the years to come. The focus will switch from mobile devices which are dominant today to connected devices which will serve us information when we need them and we will communicate with them mostly using natural language without need for screens, touches and often without any visible user interface.

Before the future happens

Our team recently visited Google Developer Days conference where they had chance to get first hand experience and know-how from Google engineers. Judging by their impressions computing industry might change dramatically in the next few years. Some of the products Google is pushing so hard may still be in early stage, but we are already harvesting power of machine learning and artificial intelligence the way Google imagine them.

Our team recently visited Google Developer Days conference where they had chance to get first hand experience and know-how from Google engineers. Judging by their impressions computing industry might change dramatically in the next few years. Some of the products Google is pushing so hard may still be in early stage, but we are already harvesting power of machine learning and artificial intelligence the way Google imagine them.

Google’s new operating system Android Things allows developers to implement this services in custom made hardware devices so now everyone can use power of machine learning capabilities in connected world of Internet of Things.

Google recently acquired API.ai, website which allows users to create actions for apps for Google assistant. Their APIs handle things like speech recognition, intent recognition and context management, and allows developers to provide domain-specific knowledge that might be unique to your app’s needs.

The future is here?

Not yet, but we can already feel the taste of it and prepare for the changes that are about to come. As the technology evolves, it is best to be ready for new challenges and new ways of making our products and services available to as many users as possible.

Ask yourself is there a way to improve your product with artificial intelligence, speech recognition or machine learning principles?

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