The Impact of NLI on Connected Consumer Goods

Find out about our latest whitepaper which considers the wider use of NLI in all types of consumer devices and goods from video games to washing machines. Based on developments already being made within the company in conjunction with manufacturers, the whitepaper looks at how NLI will have a far more wide reaching impact in the very near future than many consumers may suspect.

The sophisticated chain of events that NLI enables is transforming the way many manufacturers of household goods are looking at the future, allowing the user to engage and interact with them as a multi-functional device, not just a single function, passive tool. A culmination of a product development path which has led consistently to the door of user enablement and usability, adding the power of NLI to the mix will immediately put each of these devices a leap beyond its competition.

“NLI is so much more than just voice activation. It enables consumer devices and appliances to deliver a two-way experience that adds tangible and lasting value to the consumer,” says Andy Peart, Chief Marketing Officer of Artificial Solutions. “No need to issue precise commands just to access a limited range of functionality, nor put on a mechanical voice to make it understand you, with NLI, the devices use intelligence and reasoning to think, act and react just like a human would.”

From non-playing characters in video games to, at long last, an internet fridge that really will change shopping habits, the whitepaper looks at the problems that have held back developments and how NLI solves the issues. NLI enables people to interact with any connected device using the power of everyday speech and language. NLI can interpret the meaning and context of queries and has the intelligence to learn, reason, understand, and then apply this knowledge to respond and react appropriately. It has the ability to answer questions as well as ask its own, can retrieve information stored within a device or access third party resources – effortlessly and efficiently.

The whitepaper also looks at the future for SatNavs. Already under pressure of replacement by smartphones, Artificial Solutions reveals that giving directions, booking a restaurant on the way and arranging a luncheon partner will be normal functionality in a SatNav App.

Andy, who lives with his family in the UK, is Chief Marketing & Strategy Officer at Artificial Solutions. A regular speaker at industry conferences and events, Andy delivers insight on the rise of AI, the challenges businesses face and the future of intelligent conversational applications.

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