Posts Tagged ‘predictive intelligence’

A Better Personal Assistant with Predictive Intelligence

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In their recent Technology Quarterly issue, The Economist discussed how predictive intelligence will lead to better virtual assistant applications that will leave Siri in the dust: “The next generation of assistant software aims to go one step further by pursuing an approach known as ‘predictive intelligence’. It exploits the fact that smartphones now have access to fast internet links and location data, and can draw upon personal information, address books, e-mail and calendars. The aim of these new assistants is to anticipate what information users need, based on context and past behaviour, and to provide it before they have even asked for it. Such an assistant might, for example, spontaneously suggest that you leave early for a meeting, because it has spotted heavy traffic en route; present directions to your hotel when you arrive in a foreign country; offer to book a taxi or hotel based on analysis of an incoming e-mail or text message; or offer personalised suggestions for dinner in the evening.” Read more

WordLogic Corporation Sees Further Validation of Its Predictive Technologies With New U.S. Patent Allowance

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA- (June 14, 2013) -  WordLogic (OTCQB:WLGC), the predictive intelligence technology company that creates patented solutions for mobiles, tablets and desktops, is pleased to announce that the U.S. patent office allowance of patent application No. 11/036267, entitled: Method, System, Apparatus and Computer-readable media for directing Input associated with a Keyboard-Type device. This patent covers the technology necessary to integrate enhanced input and predictive software with mobile devices and existing hardware keyboard systems on PCs and similar devices. Read more