Artificially intelligent smartphones in India by March 2017: Panasonic

Artificially intelligent smartphones will be able to offer solutions and suggestions based on user behaviour Electronic devices major Panasonic is coming up with ‘artificially intelligent’ smartphones. Its research and development (R&D) team is currently working on the project and the devices will be launched in India by the end of 2016-17, Pankaj Rana, head, mobility division, India, South Asia, Middle East & Africa, told Business Standard.   AI is generally is a future-oriented technology, where the devices perceive the environment and take actions, which in turn enhances the success rate of any task at hand. The world’s largest smartphone maker, Samsung, is willing to ramp up its portfolio with AI and is looking to acquire firms that provide such solutions, Rhee In Jong, executive vice-president of Samsung, told Bloomberg recently.   Panasonic…


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