Deep within the Galaxy Note9, there is an AI gaming guru ready and waiting to redefine your mobile-gaming experience. The device’s on-device AI-based, performance-adjusting algorithm is optimized for specific scenarios and learns what you want from your play patterns. Through a combination of analysis, optimization, predictions and controls, the algorithm works to ensure your gameplay is uninterrupted.
Focus is a simple but powerful thing. When you’re in your flow, your creativity takes over, and your work is effortless. When you’re faced with distractions and interruptions, progress is slow and painful. And nowhere is that truer than when writing.
Intel and Montefiore Health Systems are using #IntelAI and predictive analytics to harness huge amounts of medical data to predict and prevent chronic health issues in patients, saving time and saving lives.
In pop culture, artificial intelligence (AI) often shows up as a robot companion, like TARS in “Interstellar,” or some far-out superintelligence. But in reality, AI—computer programming tools that help us find patterns in complex data and make everyday products more useful—already powers a lot of technology around us, and is addressing some of society’s biggest unsolved challenges.
Innovators in the evolving automotive ecosystem converged at the recent Autotech Council meeting, hosted by Western Digital, to share their visions for a self-driving future. What their prototypes and solutions had in common was a shift toward processing at the edge and the use of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning to enable an autonomous future.