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One in three smartphones to be AI-ready in 2020: Counterpoint Research

BGR India Tuesday, 17 October 2017
One in three smartphones – roughly over half a billion — shipped in 2020 will have machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities at the chipset level, new research said. According to Counterpoint’s ‘Components Tracker Service’, Apple, with its Bionic system on chip (SoC), will drive native AI adoption in smartphones, making the iPhone maker a leader in the AI-capable chip market through 2020. Huawei, with its HiSilicon Kirin 970 SoC, is second in the market after Apple with AI-capable smartphones. “The initial driver for the rapid adoption of AI in smartphones is the use of facial recognition technology by Apple in its recently launched iPhone X,” said Counterpoint Research Director Jeff Fieldhack. “Face recognition is computationally intensive and if other vendors are to
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