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Great, AI controlled everything in 2018. Just another way of saying: "Here let us bring out this new feature which requires 24/7 microphone permissions and internet/cloud connectivity or else your brand new phone won't be able to work properly or use services"
Next thing you know The AI's will be integrated inside the processors and we'll have no choice to have a smartphone with an AI that's always connected...
We should have a choice.
They are ready to do anything just to monitor and keep us connected, looks like I'll have to modify my smartphones from now on.
When dual cameras became a trend, created by HUAWEI itself, many smartphones with a single camera simply outperformed it. Even now see how pixel 2 still leads with a single camera. Is this just a gimmick??
While what's coming is interesting, what I find the most interesting is the era of the graphene batteries. I am hoping they are close enough to be implemented in phones that my current phone can last until they are.
The term AI is thrown around by companies like bullshit. Kirin 970 has an NPU( Neural Processing Unit). It's nothing but a processor optimized for matrix multiplication. AI power comes from the process of training, testing and validation. Training on a phone is still impossible since it requires high processing power. So the NPU helps in the teating and validation department. It is good at some basic image recognition and stuffs. Huawei is definitely overhyping this and people are actually falling for that. I think the first leap in the application of neural network and machine learning will come from google since they have a huge amount of data to train their machines. Google photo uses true AI to classify images according to category. That technology is truely mature and spookily accurate. Huwaei's implementation is purely gimmick so far.