Google’s AI Wants To Be The Brain Behind iPhone

Google’s artificial intelligence (AI) software TensorFlow wants to do the thinking for an iPhone user. The neural network software, which was launched by Google earlier this week, has processing capabilities similar to the human brain, enabling it to extend services which are beyond the ones provided by typical mobile phone apps. The 0.9 version of the software, which offers support for iOS devices, is an upgrade to the previous version, which only supported the Android platform. Though TensorFlow‘s current capabilities are seemingly far from that of AI bot Samaritan as seen on “Person of Interest,” it’s smart enough to lead the development of smarter apps. Currently, Google reportedly employs its machine-learning technology to power over 100 products and processes. With the advent of TensorFlow, the most powerful AI so far, usage is…

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