The advent of Artificial Intelligence has caused a radical transformation in the tech world. And Chat-GPT is only a harbinger of the countless different ways in which this invention will take over human tasks, completing them in a far more effective manner.
For mobile app developers, the dawn of AI brings with it a chance to take their applications to the next level. Since this technology has automated so many human processes, the competition in the app development world has only grown more brutal, and those who fail to leverage AI will inevitably be left behind in the dust.
Today, we give you a small glimpse of the astonishing variety of features an AI-integrated phone can offer, and how these jumps in advancement are only going to increase exponentially with every passing day.
How does this happen? Suffice it to say, your phone isn’t alive, nor is it spying on you. In fact, it is Artificial Intelligence which allows your phone to track your consumer needs and then match them with the appropriate retailers. Tracking and analyzing this data, deriving useful insights from it, and then finding the perfect source to fulfil the existing gap is what Artificial Intelligence is seamlessly performing on smartphones, and it has led to a huge boost in the performance of businesses. Additionally, it has also led to more satisfied (and sometimes, also more suspicious) consumers, and it will be quite interesting to see how this technology evolves in the future.
With Artificial Intelligence, this is now possible. You can grossly misspell a word, but the search engine will still, more often than not, give you results that are in accord with the word’s actual spelling. Not only that, but if you don’t know a particular item’s name but can describe it, if you enter that description into the search engine, it will actually analyze the description and then give you the product that most closely adheres to it.
For mobile applications, optimized search engines are a Godsend because they can be implemented not only in browsers like Chrome or Safari, but also in the search bars of all kinds of online stores. What’s even better, in the future we may see this technology expand in functionality to offer even more utility. Some signs of this have already begun appearing. For example, if you read about something online and then later want to research it