Technology-focused industries always witness new updates from time to time, which benefit its users to a great extent. Every few years, we see a tremendous transformation in the technology space, ranging from PC and web to mobile phone and now AI. Artificial Intelligence has been incorporated into everything that is done today, and it has a significant impact on the daily life of people. It also sets expectations, especially for technology enthusiasts, about future developments.
Smart TV devices not only serve as a mode to consume content, but they also have become a one-stop solution to all our entertainment-related needs. Advancements and innovations in AI and IOT have enabled devices and made it easy for users to track viewership trends. It helps us with the next set of suggestions on what we should watch online so that the content is not repeated.
Televisions have become the nodal device through which people are consuming content. Before p android or Smart TVs, people would be switching channels hoping to land on an entertaining show to get them through a weekend.
Today, given the intelligence of the gadgets with the help of AI, the content platforms can track the kinds of genres the consumers enjoy. It has resulted in the rise of OTT content as it reaches the precise target group engaging in a show. Just by reading a consumer’s viewing pattern of choices for a few odd days, the TV sets powered with AI presents numerous options In line with their tastes.
The Google ecosystem of devices and technologies is all connected via Google Assistant. It offers voice recognition, natural language processing, image recognition and a knowledge graph for the customers’ ease in consuming content. More is yet to come. With the help of IoT and enabled by AI, gadgets will soon begin recognising the viewer’s moods depending on the day and week. It will help them offer exactly what they need. For instance, in a proper IoT-enabled home, all devices will be connected to give the owner the ultimate experience.
A recent survey stated that viewers spend 50-60 per cent of their leisure time only searching for the content to be watched. A soon-to-be-launched Google TV will scour through its universe of applications and content before reverting to a viewer’s searches, thus providing them with a one-stop solution in a matter of seconds.
IoT is already being used by many. A smart and connected home notes the day, time and a consumer’s day-to-day schedules to dim the lights, when necessary, turn on TVs or music systems, etc., customised as per their requirement. These are the growing advantages of IoT, which will entice people to adopt it faster. The Google system, for one, is collaborative in this way and is using existing and newer technologies to innovate products. It is seamless in its connection, is easy to use, and serves a purpose alongside great design.
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