At the current time, notifications on our smartphones aren’t smart to some extent, they appear immediately once the appearance of something, whether it is an email or text message or anything else on social networks or other services. The burden falls mostly on the user to manage the notifications for and choose what he wants and doesn’t want to see it.
But what if our phones are smart enough to know what to respond to you normally? This thing is trying to the developers in Taiwan to do, where through the use of machine learning technology, can start our phones learn our habits to improve the notifications that you should know and which should not appear.
Developers TonTon Hsien-de Huang and Hung-Yu Kao created algorithm to learn what to respond to him in Users and don’t respond to it. This algorithm developer similar to that of the algorithms used in Facebook instead where is Show posts that are considered as we like at the top, while burying those things the least important.
It’s a project very interesting, but it remains to be seen whether the companies will integrate this technology in its smart phones. And even then, if you are interested in learning more about the efforts of the developers mentioned above, you can find more information about it on the Arxiv.
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