With the advent of smartphones, we saw a plethora of apps that were created to assist us in seeking information and also with day to day activities. Today, technological advancements in cloud infrastructure and machine learning have laid the foundation for tomorrow’s intelligent apps.
What are intelligent apps?
According to Bill Schmarzo, the CTO of Dell EMC Services, apps that not only know how to support or enable key user decisions, but also continually learn from the user interactions to become even more relevant and valuable to those users, are known as intelligent apps.
Intelligent apps can accomplish one or more of the following tasks:
- These apps can study our behaviour and choices and thereby make contextual predictions.
- They can differentiate between relevant and irrelevant information with the help of AI algorithms.
- They can act as your personal assistant by being capable of getting necessary work done on time without bothering you with notification.
- They would even act proactively, i.e., act on your behalf without waiting for you to take action.
- They would even predict what you would need next, without you taking any actions, and keep those things ready for you. A task that requires a multi-step process to get executed can be done with the press of a single button.
Are intelligent apps becoming a necessity?
In the recent Google I/O, the developers’ conference, Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google, told in his keynote that we are shifting from a mobile-first to an AI-first world. And that they are also rethinking all of their products accordingly.
A mobile app development company must leverage innovative data, data intelligence systems that are endowed with machine learning and predictive learning to build apps in order to sustain in the AI first world. The apps should have a continuous learning approach to progressively become intelligent
Our team of app development specialists has already built apps with AI-powered chatbots for our clients. We think that intelligent apps are the future as we are moving forward to a world with driverless cars, smart home with smart appliances – everything smart around us.
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