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Apple and its plan with Artificial Intelligence

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  • FaceID. For this technology, facial recognition patterns generate a specific model for your face, which allows it to be identified to unlock or perform functions on your phone.
  • FaceID in HomeKit. This functionality on the part of Apple development is interesting, since it can save models and patterns of facial recognition within your devices, so that when someone rings the doorbell in your house, the camera that is connected to HomeKit, is able to identify to the person in front of your house.
  • Writing on iPad with Apple Pencil. With machine learning models and large amounts of typing data, a stroke can be identified and translated into an ASCii source character.
  • Hand washing. Given that we are in 2020 and COVID care is an essential part of everyone’s day, the Apple Watch is capable of detecting when someone is washing their hands, these models allow a 20-second counter that “guarantees” effectiveness of hand washing.
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Carlos Villegas

Medium Writer for Tech, Artificial Intelligence and Productivity.