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Why Is Python One of the Best Programming Languages for Mobile AI?

Why Is Python One of the Best Programming Languages for Mobile AI?

In this day and age, where smartphones are only getting smarter thanks to the rise of artificial intelligence or AI in our mobile devices, there is a need for developers and programmers to use only the best programming languages to keep up with the demands of mobile AI. One of the most popularly used today is Python. But why is Python often considered one of the best programming languages for mobile AI? Python Programming Language has a great library that programmers can take advantage of using. Learning how to use Python is easy for beginners, and it is also quite flexible. You can practically use it on any platform with little to no changes. And finally, developers find Python easy to read. Whether or not Python is the best programming language can depend on the developer or programmer. Still, we cannot contest that it is increasingly becoming one of the most popular programming languages in the world. In that case, let us get to know more about Python for us to understand the hype surrounding it. What is Python? Programmers and developers know for a fact that, when they are developing and programming different apps for computers or mobile devices,

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Smartphone AI: Reinforcement Learning for Mobile Games

Smartphone AI: Reinforcement Learning for Mobile Games

What is AI Reinforcement Learning, and how is it applied in our games, especially mobile games? Mobile games and Artificial Intelligence or AI may seem like they walk hand in hand together, but it hasn’t always been the case. We want our games to be smart enough only to the point where we can have fun and not where our games are becoming smarter than us and become unbeatable.  AI Reinforcement Learning is a subset of Machine Learning that allows the Software Agents (computer programs, AI algorithms) to act in Mobile Devices Environments (task or simulation) according to what will give them the most rewards. In that sense, they are used in our Mobile Video Games precisely because of how they can learn.  This ability allows our games to be as fun and as challenging as they are supposed to be in an environment. Let us talk more about how reinforcement learning is used in mobile games today as our smartphone applications are also getting more advanced. What Is Machine Learning in Gaming One of the many areas of AI that is still being explored today is Machine Learning in Gaming. Our computers, smartphones, and machines can learn more about

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Smartphone AI: Reactive Programming and Mobile Computing Machinery

Smartphone AI: Reactive Programming and Mobile Computing Machinery

Smartphone AI in relationship to Reactive Programs and Mobile Computing Machinery are intricately entwined. We are interested in and write about the relationship between how Reactive Architecture is affecting Mobile AI Smartphone Computing from Mobile Apps to Robots.  Reactive AI Systems, Reactive Programming, and Reactive Machines are a subtopic of the types of Artificial Narrow Intelligence. You may be adjusting settings with your Smartphone App on your Robotic Vacuum, and Reactive Programming and Mobile Computing Machinery are at the root of that. So, when you think about it, reactive programming is one of the most basic ways that artificial intelligence can be utilized by computer programs, as we have come across this type of AI early in the past. However, you should also know that reactive programs are in your smartphone’s AI as technology is getting more advanced every year. What is Reactive AI and Its Components? Reactive AI definitions are laborious and complex to explain in layman’s terms for someone who is not a data scientist, software engineer, or computer coder, which is most people. Reactive AI is concerned with how the machine or the computer reacts to certain decisions and movements without considering how it learns from its

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Smartphone AI Can Your Mobile Phone Really Become Self-Aware?

Smartphone AI: Can Your Mobile Phone Really Become Self-Aware?

In the world of Smartphones and AI, we ask the question, “Can Your Mobile Phone Really Become Self-Aware?” We often use movie analogies when describing futuristic AI, which is the only medium we have to gauge or compare. If you have seen a video of a swarm of drones flying and thinking of that swarm being Self Aware and able to think on its own, it can be terrifying to some as it should be. Today’s AI specializes in doing repetitive human mental thinking tasks rather than thinking like humans. But yes, there is a chance that your mobile phone can become self-aware in the future. Our current technology and capabilities in AI are accelerating every day and creating the possibility of making Self-Aware AI a reality. The slippery slope of humanity losing control of its technology is all over the media today, from famous scientists and entrepreneurs who are familiar or deal with AI. So even if it is only as smart as a cockroach or a mouse today. You can imagine the evolutionary progress that can happen. What Does It Mean for AI To Become Self-aware? When we think of Artificial Intelligence or AI, we may be thinking

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Smartphone AI: What is Mobile Deep Learning?

Smartphone AI: What is Mobile Deep Learning?

We live in a day and age where we rely on our Smartphones for a lot of the things we do all of the time. Most advanced smartphones today have artificial intelligence or AI. Manufacturers have found ways for their Smartphone chips and processing units to develop and grow in AI (Artificial Intelligence). You may have heard of AI Deep Learning but not know what it is. Smartphones use what we call Mobile Deep Learning. So what is Mobile Deep Learning, and how is it used in smartphones? Our Smartphone mobile devices use Deep Learning by using neural networks to perform better in certain aspects of our phone’s functions. Functions are numerous and include understanding and interpreting scenes or images when using the Smartphone’s camera, facial recognition, augmented reality, and any other process requiring automation. Because our smartphones grow more intelligent every year as their chips are improving and as the neural network we have via the internet are increasing larger every day. That’s why Mobile Deep Learning has wide use in today’s society. We live in a generation where we rely more on how our smartphones can learn about our environment and how we use them daily. What is

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Smartphone AI: Who Has Your Facial Recognition and Fingerprint Scans?

Smartphone AI: Who Has Your Facial Recognition and Fingerprint Scans?

Who Has Your Facial Recognition and Fingerprint Scans? If you’ve recently purchased a new Smartphone, it likely features either a Fingerprint Sensor, Facial Recognition, Iris Scan, or all three. Biometric scanners are becoming an integral part of AI (Artificial Intelligence) for human identification and mobile payments. However, most current systems face concerns and limitations about security and privacy.  Who Has Your Facial Recognition and Fingerprint Scans? Seems like everyone. Those who have your facial recognition and fingerprint scans include tech companies (e.g., Apple), retailers, institutions, and governments. Unfortunately, trolls and scammers can also access your facial recognition and fingerprint scans. They use them to access your private information unlawfully.  In this post, we’ll go into more details about who has access to your biometric data and what they do can do with that kind of information. Let’s dive in.  Who Has Your Facial Recognition and Fingerprint Scans? Tech Companies Apple was the pioneer of A.I. that uses FaceID facial recognition for device security. The same company was the pioneer of fingerprint scans when they included TouchID authentication on the iPhone.  Other companies and android devices soon followed suit. According to ABI Research, devices with fingerprint and face recognition sensors are

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Smartphone AI How To Use Natural Language Processing (NLP)

Smartphone AI: How To Use Natural Language Processing (NLP)

How to use Natural Language Processing (NLP) is a component of Artificial Intelligence or AI. It is now becoming smarter in today’s world as technology keeps evolving. We see AI used for millions of purposes in a myriad of fields. Of course, it found its way into our Smartphones as even our mobile devices get progressively smarter. We communicate with AI on our Smartphones by using Natural Language Processing or NLP. But how do we use NLP? Natural Language Processing is used for various purposes that allow Natural Languages to be transformed into usable data that AI can understand. That means that NLP is an AI branch that tackles how machines can interpret and understand human text and speech. Considering that there are thousands of different natural languages today. It is difficult for machines to correctly interpret the meaning of words we are conveying and the messages we deliver. We are here to talk more about how natural language processing works to understand better how we use it regularly. What is Natural Language? Natural Language is the native speech of people. The language that people speak, such as English, Navajo, German, or Swahili, throughout the world Natural Language, according to

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Smartphone AI Can Smartphones Utilize Cognitive Simulation

Smartphone AI: Can Smartphones Utilize Cognitive Simulation?

Smartphone AI Cognitive Simulation has become a norm in today’s modern world that has become intertwined with society’s digital aspect. Almost everyone has a Cell Phone or a Smartphone today. Smartphones are improved to the point that they are now miniaturized computers that become more intelligent each year. That said, with how seemingly brilliant our Smartphones have become, can they utilize Cognitive Simulation? Is smartphone AI or Artificial Intelligence capable of Cognitive Simulation? Our Smartphones have become intelligent enough to mimic human cognitive abilities at the most basic fundamental level. A couple of abilities that are improving are human-computer interactions and predicting and automating specific human activities. While our AI examples have mostly been in science fiction movies, we are closer to the level where our smartphones are capable of cognitive simulations. This is now to such a degree that many of our actions are now predictable and automated by our phones. To better understand what that means, we will explain in the simplest way how smartphone AI uses cognitive simulation. What Is Cognitive Simulation? For those of us interested in computer science’s technical terms related to AI. It can be difficult to understand what Cognitive Simulation is. From Merriam-Websters

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Smartphone AI: What Is The Difference Between AI and Algorithm?

Smartphone AI: What Is The Difference Between AI and Algorithm?

While the terms Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Algorithms are not new to most people, they are often misused and misunderstood. These words are sometimes used interchangeably, which serves to create confusion. In this article, we will be learning about AI and algorithms and the difference between them. In a Smartphone, an Algorithm is a set of instructions, and a component of AI like Machine Learning is also a component. Smartphone programs contain Algorithms that tell Smartphones what specific steps to perform. Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a set of algorithms that respond in a certain way based on whether the data information it receives is structured or unstructured. Structured Data is an extremely organized type of information that can be accessed by a computer program. Structured Data examples are an address, credit card number, or rows, and columns with numbers and text in a software program like Microsft Excel.  Unstructured Data may include books, health records, audio, video, or an e-mail message. Another example of AI interpreting unstructured data would be an autonomous robotic vacuum cleaner that can physically navigate the world while avoiding obstacles. The robot does not know what the obstacles are, but it still can operate in a room

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Smartphone AI What Can Artificial Narrow Intelligence (ANI) Do?

Smartphone AI: What Can Artificial Narrow Intelligence (ANI) Do?

Artificial Narrow Intelligence (ANI) or Weak AIs are systems that have pre-installed, specific instructions to handle a particular function or problem on a machine such as a Smartphone, computer, or self-driving autonomous vehicle. Although these machines can learn patterns and predictions, this “learning” isn’t the same as humans learning with new experiences and memories. Instead, AI develops behaviors via processing training data. What Is Artificial Narrow Intelligence (ANI)? The development and improvement of Artificial Intelligence or AI has changed (and is still evolving) the technological landscape. Even if you’re aware or not, we use these AIs in our daily internet lives. When somebody says “AI,” most people often think about machines or robots with sentience and intelligence much like a human being. However, there are two major AI classifications that not many people have come to know. This article discusses Artificial Narrow Intelligence (ANI) and the things that it can do. Artificial Narrow Intelligence (ANI) or Weak AI are machines set to operate within a specific set of instructions or area. They can only do functions and instructions that are pre-programmed to them. ANI doesn’t have intelligence capable of thinking out of the box as a human would. Artificial Narrow

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Smartphone AI What are Some Applications of Applied Artificial Intelligence

Smartphone AI: What Are Some Applications Of Applied Artificial Intelligence?

Smartphone AI: What Are Some Applications Of Applied Artificial Intelligence? With humanity’s foot still firmly pressed on the digital revolution’s gas pedal, are we finally approaching a realm where our creations are primed to assume the driver’s seat? AI is here, and it has made itself right at home on our favorite mobile devices. At this point, we may be several years away from the flying car-laden smart metropolises depicted in The Jetsons. However, the advent of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in smartphones and tablets certainly represents a turning point toward unlimited possibilities. Let us begin. What Is Applied Artificial Intelligence? As we recently discussed in our article “Smartphone AI: Helpful Artificial Intelligence For The Beginner,” Artificial Intelligence works to duplicate the human mind using hardware and software. The principles of Applied Artificial Intelligence or Applied AI is a field that utilizes Artificial Intelligence and puts it to work to improve and expand software applications in the design of a product, creation, or use. Applied AI’s Artificial Intelligence can be modeled and automated with Machine Learning and Deep Learning algorithms. These programs are used in everything from Self Driving Cars and  Robotics to Chatbots and Smartphones. You can also have AI

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Smartphone AI Helpful Artificial Intelligence For The Beginner

Smartphone AI: Helpful Artificial Intelligence For The Beginner

In our continuing series Smartphone AI, this article is about Smartphone Artificial Intelligence for Beginners, specifically because today’s mobile technology is dramatically changing the way we live and can be complex to understand. We want you, the reader, to have a clearer understanding of that if you are a beginner and interested. 2017 was the year Artificial Intelligence (AI) was introduced in smartphone onboard hardware integrated circuit components. Before that, smartphones were accessing artificial intelligence through cloud-based entry and still do. Smartphone onboard hardware integrated circuit making Artificial Intelligence available on your phone uses System-on-a-Chip (SoC) for a single Microprocessor Chip for miniaturization. This design is opposed to a home computer, which may use all of these chips separately on a circuit board. These systems, architecture, and terminology are changing rapidly due to accelerated innovation and design engineering. System-on-a-Chip (SoC) Smartphone Artificial Intelligence Uses Many of the onboard Artificial Intelligence features now available listed below are integral to smartphones. Still, it is actively changing how we function as a species because of the smartphone system’s mobile nature. To have a search engine computer, language translator, virtual digital assistant, and camera, among other things included with your telephone, is unprecedented. Smartphone

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Smartphone AI: Artificial Intelligence and Popular Culture

Smartphone AI: Artificial Intelligence and Popular Culture

In our ongoing series on Artificial Intelligence, we talk about Smartphone AI: Artificial Intelligence and Popular Culture and its effect on our beliefs regarding (AI) and society. We also discuss movies and popular culture’s effect on our thoughts in general. Artificial Intelligence Based Movies When we think of artificial intelligence, it is impossible not to think of various science fiction Movies from popular culture. Hollywood has brought us movie franchises like Terminator, The Matrix, Star Trek, and Steven Spielberg’s A.I. Artificial Intelligence.  Big budget outings in which artificial intelligence, in some cases, became self-aware, decided humans were a threat and sought to eradicate us! Steven Spielberg’s 2001 classic A.I. Artificial Intelligence took a different approach.  It taught us to be responsible for artificial intelligence. The story deals with a robot child believing it had real human parents and becoming distraught after being abandoned by them. It is undoubtedly a thought-provoking film. Star Trek  Artificial Intelligence and popular culture affected us our whole lives. It was also fun and interesting, growing up watching so many artificial intelligence types on Star Trek’s many different levels. The original talking Computer on the original Star Trek Enterprise through Lt. Commander Data, to the Star Trek

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Smartphone AI: Is Artificial Intelligence Making Life Amazing

Smartphone AI: Is Artificial Intelligence Making Life Amazing?

Truth be told, so much has changed today. Life is not as it used to be decades ago. Smartphone Artificial Intelligence is one of those agents that have come to cause a shift in today’s world systems. Technology has taken over in an unprecedented way. The kind of things your phone can do for you, without much struggle, is just incredible. In this article, I would like to highlight fundamental Smartphone Artificial Intelligence functions that have changed the conventional way of life. Through this, we get to evaluate whether our lives are becoming easier and more amazing or not. In this regard, the million-dollar question is whether AI has come to make our lives better or not. I have owned a smartphone for years now, and I can attest that long gone are the analog mediums of communication and connection that existed before the turn of the 21st century. Voice Assistants Voice Assistants are one of the magic functions that your Smartphone can do through the power of AI. I was genuinely fascinated by the idea of voice assistants on my phone when I first came across it. Years ago, this was only but a dream in the technology company’s

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Smartphone AI: Google Assistant on an iPhone

Smartphone AI: Google Assistant on an iPhone

Artificial Intelligence Personal Virtual Assistants This is part four in our series Smartphone AI: In our last article on Smartphone Artificial Intelligence called “Smartphone AI-Apple’s Siri” we discussed Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. We are interested in what Apple, Samsung, and Google are planning to do going forward with (AI) Artificial intelligence in their Smartphones and Apps and how Google ties in with their virtual assistant. Voice Assistants in Use   Google Assitant is available in more than 30 languages across 80 countries. In February of this year, U.K.-based Juniper Research estimates that nearly 8 billion digital voice assistants to be in use by 2023. Smartphones will have the largest part of the installed base because of the device’s presence just about everywhere in the world. The most popular voice assistants in use today are cross-platform, like a smartphone and Google Home with the connection to a media device of some sort (eg TV, sound systems, smartphones, etc). Google Assistant When we think about and study Google and their Google Assitant, no one has a better opportunity in History than they to affect global Artificial Intelligence just by their access to data alone. As you will see and read with Google

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How Will The Internet of Things Affect You IoT

How Will The Internet of Things Affect You? IoT

The IoT or Internet of things is changing our life literally at the speed of future Terabytes by the basic incorporation of AI or Artificial intelligence into the substrate and fiber of our life. I have always been a Geek at heart and have always loved working on computers and servers and am super interested in the progression of technology. I have been following technological innovation for years and watching the Internet of Things or (IoT) Evolve. When I read Ray Kurzweil’s book The Singularity Is Near: When Humans Transcend Biology back in 2006 something clicked in my brain. Artificial Intelligence is accelerating ever faster every year and when Ray Kurzweil talked about Moore’s Law in his book, it has been pretty much right on track since it was suggested. Moore’s Law is not a law but an observation. From Wikipedia “Moore’s law is the observation that the number of transistors in dense integrated circuit doubles about every two years. The observation is named after Gordon Moore, the co-founder of Fairchild Semiconductor and CEO of Intel, whose 1965 paper described a doubling every year in the number of components per integrated circuit, and projected this rate of growth would continue

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Smartphone AI: Apple's Siri

Smartphone AI: Apple’s Siri

Artificial Intelligence Personal Virtual Assistants Part three in our series Smartphone AI: About a year ago, I was researching Artificial Intelligence Personal Virtual Assistants and was trying out Siri and Google Assistant. In our continuing series on Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, we are interested in what Apple, Samsung, and Google are planning to do going forward with (AI) Artificial intelligence in their Smartphones and Apps and how Google ties in with their virtual assistant so we are going to delve into what we can find out. Viv An interesting side note; the company and people who created Siri and where purchased by Steve Jobs and Apple all left Apple after better opportunities or disagreements within the divisions of Apple and started a new company called Viv. Viv is also an Artificial Intelligence Personal Virtual Assistants company with an open format for developers that Samsung bought and has incorporated into its Virtual Assistant technology  Bixby. Artificial Intelligence Artificial intelligence permeates your day if you are using Google, Amazon, Netflix, or countless other machine learning program interactions when you search or even just pick a movie. The Algorithm on these programs is analyzing your selection and showing you options based on

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