Are you having a tricky time picking out some new AI applications from a sea of AI apps, websites and bots? Well, chances are good that you’re not alone.
Finding AI applications that perform well isn’t always as easy as deciding which one is yours from an app page. If you’re only used to the way that the latest apps do things, it’s easy to get confused and have a bad experience trying a brand new app.
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AI has already made a name for itself in a number of industries, and as the first wearable device of its kind to officially pass the 2017 FTC’s Head-to-Head competition, startups in the consumer space have all set their sites on using AI to shape their products and services in the years to come.
This, however, is the first time an app has been tested against both a smartphone and a computer, and it passed the competition last year (2017).
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So, what made the launch of Clearview AI even more important for the company? Well, it is a legit and mainstream application which should spur more apps and services to incorporate AI in order to improve their user experience. After all, whose voice did you use to help you in the VoiceFusion app? Did you know that Siri was actually created by a Google employee?
At the launch of Clearview AI this morning, app designers were encouraged to share their progress and thoughts on how AI can be incorporated into their daily lives. No doubt there were some AI-related apps that were useful at the launch, and more apps are surely on the way in the future.