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AI set to take over from smartphone screens - Ericsson

Tuesday 8 December 2015 | 13:36 CET | News
Half of the world's smartphone users expect smartphones to become things of the past within the next five years, replaced by artificial intelligence (AI) interfaces, according to a study by Ericsson's CosumerLab. The researcher's "Top 10 hot consumer trends for 2016 and beyond" annual trend report revealed strong consumer interest in new interaction paradigms such as AI and virtual reality (VR), with consumers expressing the view that AI will soon enable interaction with objects without the need for a smartphone screen. The report also suggested that faster than ever take-up of networked

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