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Infographic – Artificial Intelligence in Smartphones

Infographic: How Smartphone Users Benefit From Artificial Intelligence | Statista You will find more statistics at Statista

20 January 2018. Many stories in Science & Enterprise over the past year tell about advances in artificial intelligence, which covers work on voice recognition, computer vision, machine learning, neural networks, and more. While many of these innovations are still in the lab or prototypes, others are already finding their way into our day-to-day lives, particularly via mobile phones in our pockets and purses.

Our friends at Statista recently documented the leading ways people are using artificial intelligence in smartphones, which is this weekend’s infographic. The data are drawn from a survey by the consulting firm Deloitte of smartphone owners in 16 developed-world markets, between May and July 2017.

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