Primetime: Future Smartphones May Have Onboard Machine Learning

Machine learning and artificial intelligence are finding their way into an insane amount of products and services these days, some more conventionally useful than others. You would be hard-pressed to find a company in the tech sphere that isn’t involved in AI in some form, whether by using somebody’s product that leverages AI, or by developing their own solutions. This push is not a fad or just another random happening in the tech world; it’s something that has been long in the making, but the technology just hasn’t been up to snuff until now. Specifically, neural networking in computers and other methods of machine learning have been researched since the 1970s, though they spent a while on the shelf, since people recognized after a while that the technology just wasn’t…


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