Apps Unveiled: June 2017android events
(as of Jan 21,2018 18:35:04 UTC – Details)
What’s the next big thing in mobile development? Many analysts and industry watchers say it is Artificial Intelligence (AI). The new availability and advancement of AI and machine learning is causing a revolutionary shift in the way that developers, businesses, and users think about intelligent interactions within mobile applications.
Well, considering the rise of AI-driven chatbots and the way developers are integrating AI algorithms into their apps to build a simplified conversational user interface to make their services personalized and accessible round the clock, AI is surely inspiring many startups in India and around the world, and at the same time, it has potential to advance much more in the coming years. Check out “5 Groundbreaking artificial intelligence (AI) powered apps for tech-savvy consumers” reviewed by Apps Unveiled team and how each one of these apps is using the power of Deep Learning centered around AI to provide innovative solutions.
For instance, there is an app called Ada, which helps you understand what could be possibly wrong if you or someone you care about is not feeling well via a chat-based user interface. According to the app developers, “Ada has been trained over several years using real world cases, and the platform is powered by a sophisticated artificial intelligence (AI) engine combined with an extensive medical knowledge base covering many thousands of medical conditions (from a common cold to rare diseases), symptoms and findings.” To know more about it, please check out our Cover Story from Page no. 4.
This month the ‘App of the Month’ title goes to the ALTBalaji, a subscription-based ‘Video-on-Demand’ platform launched by Ekta Kapoor, the Queen of the Indian Television space. We have also tested the latest Smartron srt.phone, and Sony Xperia XZ Premium smartphone in the ‘Gadgets Corner’ section. What’s more, find out the iOS apps that have been awarded by the Apple for their innovation and creativity at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference, which was held on June 5, 2017.