Anticipating the Evolution of AI-Enhanced Smartphones and Laptops

 Qualcomm showed off its new Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor last week. The big change is that the phones coming out in a few weeks will have better AI that will work behind the scenes to make the user experience much better.

This use of AI should make most functions much better, from how well the modem works to optimize both voice and data connections to how well images are captured, viewed, and how well they use power overall.

In short, the next generation of high-end Snapdragon 8 phones should perform much better than any previous generation or any phone that doesn't use Qualcomm technology (like, say, oh, iPhones).

Let's talk about how AI will make your smartphone experience better and better, and then I'll tell you about my product of the week, an AMD-powered business notebook from HP that may be the new size and power ideal for performance-oriented mobile workers.

AI will soon cause trouble for Qualcomm

The 2020s will probably be known as the AI decade. A lot of AI is used today in sales and marketing applications that are geared toward the outside world. Most of the AI we use, like that from Google and Apple, isn't really AI. Instead, it's just a speech interface for search engines.

This is why the interactions with our phones that were promised to be like Siri haven't lived up to our hopes. But AI in our smartphones is also changing, just like AI in the rest of the tech industry, and Qualcomm's Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 is a big step forward in AI.

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