Let’s talk about the future Machine Intelligence client
If we take an AI approach and say what can I do now, the answer is that you can control and ask reinforcing questions. For example, you might ask, “Is there a formula that I can use to determine the value of the intellectual capital in my organization?” “Or a formula that I can use to determine the cost of having the intellectual capital generated by the organization isn’t being saved?” If you ask questions like these, you won’t get the formula. But you can ask questions like that. Most existing customers allow both voice input and asking questions on your mobile phone. Major cell phone manufacturers have integrated local text-to-speech functionality into their devices. They’re imperfect, but it’s better than trying to write a four or five sentence question. The most modern solution today is the ability to use it as a search tool. You can also answer questions asked during a family or business event where you need to learn something quickly. I recommend trusting all information from the major language models, but also verifying them. Sometimes they still hallucinate.
But other things happen; As 5G networks continue to develop and reach these networks in the United States, Europe and Asia, the future of mobile phones that integrate artificial intelligence will be of great importance. First, your cell phone is always with you and always connected. This is how my ID app originally came about, or at least the idea for this app. I can use the capabilities of a cell phone to interact with a large language model and determine things. In many cases, you can send photos to identify items in your system or take a photo to identify items. There’s much more to come. I also talked about the concept of a personal digital assistant. Located on your mobile phone, it allows you to manage your daily tasks more efficiently. The great thing about the app is that you can tell it that it won’t bother me for the next two hours; It may result in disabling all incoming access offered by your mobile phone. This includes emails, text messages and of course voice and video calls.