We know that Huawei is keen on adding as much artificial intelligence to its gadgets as possible, and its phones already ship with an AI assistant in China. That dedicated digital helper is eventually going to roll out elsewhere too, with one key improvement – better emotional interactions for users.
“We want to provide emotional interactions,” Huawei’s Felix Zhang told CNBC. “We think that, in the future, all our end users wish [that] they can interact with the system in the emotional mode. This is the direction we see in the long run.”
In other words, your phone will be able to read your mood and respond accordingly, rather than just feeding back programmed responses (though it’ll do that too). The tone of your voice, how you’re using your phone, and other bits of information could all be crunched to try and get a feel for how you’re doing.
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