Artificial Intelligence - Machine Learning driven technology
Artificial intelligence is available to all in 2018. In the coming year, much of what you do depends on a smart device connected to artificial intelligence calculations and automated learning accounts running in the background. Each smartphone camera that works on Google’s lens will be able to recognize what they see, translate into foreign languages, and read text. When you sign in, your mail client can predict what you want to write later, and Maps will re-calibrate tracks based on real-time blocking data, and search engines will show answers even before you enter your query and stream.
The service will provide songs based on the time of day or even your mood. But while platforms like Google and Facebook process zetabytes of data in a fraction of a second to predict what a user will do next, they can also show more relevant and relevant ads for almost everything you do. In the meantime, companies such as Apple will try to transfer this feature from the cloud to the device, providing more robust local processing so that other users can not see it. Because computers see patterns on a scale that people can never calculate, in areas such as medicine, transportation, and urban planning, the previously impossible achievements will be realized.
Last year, we expected that everything would be smart. Next year they will be smarter. This is because they have seen and listened to billions of people for a whole year and have become smarter in the process. This ingenuity will begin to appear in new forms. Although this Smartphone has become a smart center for your home this year, now it can not only control individual lamps and devices here and there. Soon he can begin to predict behavior and unload a query like Jeeves.
Ericsson says in a TrendLab 2018 report that this will lead to “zero-touch consumption,” possibly because Alexa will place an order on Amazon because it knows you have run out of coffee. The report also predicts that some “smart fights” may occur in the future, as virtual assistants will begin to confront their users, at least verbally. But you can expect that any new headphones, TV or speaker with almost high quality will be able to contact Google, Alexa or Siri, who will have more answers than the outside weather. They will become brains in cars soon.
If millions of users reach the network for the first time in 2018, 2019 may be the year when millions of Indians are already connected to high-speed fiber optic networks. The operator here is JioFiber, which provides speeds of approximately 100 Mbps, with a host of added services for good measure. However, as with Jio 4G, you do not expect to get a result from people on existing networks, as field staff will give up their (excess) profits to keep customers at higher speeds and other services. However, access to this high-speed Internet will make the flow of high-definition content from services such as Netflix a new standard in urban India. Music streaming services such as Spotify will reach India to take advantage of this huge opportunity as well as online gaming services such as Steam. There may be a significant threat to satellite TV services, because JioFiber, and perhaps even players like Airtel, may eventually offer free or premium TV channels online. The idea is to provide Internet, telephone, television and access to content libraries using only one cable and one decoder.
The first 5G device
Already a lot of talk about networking and hardware 5G. Although India is still not the entire 4G market, 5G Technology may seem silly thinking. In addition, it seems that the fifth generation may offer a lot of false expectations. Its impact will be greater in how it manages the network to manage billions of connected devices, from surveillance cameras to smartphones that are uninterrupted. Of course, we are not talking about improving the quality of calls or the speed of downloading video to a phone, technically, 4G should be able to provide it – technically. However, they will be able to deliver streamed 8K content and 3D content with virtual reality and holographic elements, which is not currently possible on mobile devices. As a result, you’ll see that the first 5G Technology hardware will be announced in February, when Mobile World will be held in Barcelona. But will primarily be devices that can connect to networks.
Smartphones 2.0 ( 5G Technology )
The advances in display technology will open up new form factors in the smartphone industry in 2019. You can expect the first flexible and foldable smartphone, but no one will tell you what you can do with this device. In addition, since the world is tired of hateing harmless cuts on its phones, you’ll see the first phones with holes on the screens – no, you can not pass a key ring through them.
At the same time, there will be more cameras in smart phones – they are already using up to five lenses – because everyone is trying to get a perfect picture, at least, one gets more posts in Instagram. At the very least, advanced smartphones will have enough computing power to manage the mixture that multiple cameras may need efficiently, even if that means they will be stronger than most laptops.