These are the best applications of artificial intelligence chosen by Google

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The artificial intelligence is one of the technology areas that the greatest growth is taking in the last few years. The smartphone is a great tool for this type of application, and every time there are processors most capable of these activities within our pocket.

Although Google has a large development in their own applications, by leading the development of Android has also an interest in encouraging developers creating great applications of artificial intelligence. And he has awarded some of the best applications of artificial intelligence.

These applications have been chosen by Google

The machine learning is one of the most common applications of artificial intelligence. Through multiple comparisons, an application is able to learn by itself according to the patterns that you will be finding. The most obvious example is Google Photos, app that is capable of learning the faces of each person, and to categorize the photographs automatically.

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One of the last contests of Google to developers has been focused on the Machine Learning in device. This means that applications that have been selected to use artificial intelligence from the Android itself, without the need of internet connection to process the information. Such applications have as main focus be useful to the users.

The best applications of Machine Learning: what they do and for whom they were created

  • AgroDoc: This app helps farmers to diagnose diseases in plants and plan a treatment plan.
    • Created by Navneet Krishna; Kochi, India.
  • AgriFarm: Helps farmers to detect diseases in plants and prevent further damage in fruits and vegetables, such as tomatoes, corn, and potatoes.
    • Created by Balochisan, Pakistan.
  • Eskke: Facilitates the management of money in the Congo, allowing you to transfer money, pay bills, shop, subscriptions, and several operations by SMS.
    • Created by David Mumbere Kathoh; Goma, democratic Republic of the Congo
  • Leepi: Helps students learn language of signs and symbols.
    • Created by Prince Patel; Bengaluru, India.
  • MixPose: Streaming platform that allows teachers of yoga and fitness to teach, perform follow-up and offer advice in real-time.
    • Created by Peter Ma; San Francisco, California, USA.
  • Pathfinder: Helps people with vision problems to move in complex situations.
    • Created by Colin Shelton; Addison, Texas, USA.
  • Snore & Cough: Analyzes snoring and coughing to provide extra information when you ask for help to the doctors.
    • Created by Ethan Fan; Mountain View, California, USA.
  • Stila: After pairing with wearable such as Fitbit or Wear OS, monitors the level of stress in the body.
    • Created by Yingdin Wing; Munich, Germany
  • Trashly: Application designed to help you recycle. Point your camera to something that you throw in the trash, and the application will identify which type of object it is so that you know which recycling bin it goes.
    • Created by Elvin Rakhmankulov; Chicago, Illinois, USA.
  • UnoDogs: Application dedicated to offering assistance to pet owners, offering information and fitness programs to their friends more furry.
    • Created by Chinmany Mishra; New Delhi, India.

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