Thursday, November 10, 2016

Could a Button for Improved AI on Galaxy S8 Help Samsung Move Past Its Recent Stumble?

Advanced voice control technology is a growing good bet, especially when it comes to consumers on the younger end of the demographic spectrum. Millennials show particular comfort with voice control of their devices and many consistently include it as a part of their daily lives, research shows. For example, Parks Associates released findings in October estimating that 46 percent of U.S. Millennials with smartphones use voice recognition software, including Apple’s Siri, Google Now, or Microsoft’s Cortana. And a recent report put out by TiVo showed that 43 percent of Millennials surveyed were using voice commands with some form of device every day.

From the article "Could a Button for Improved AI on Galaxy S8 Help Samsung Move Past Its Recent Stumble?

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