Smart apps blur the line between human and machine

03/11/2013 | Computerworld

Next-generation assistant applications use artificial intelligence to engage in proactive decision making. These apps can automatically communicate for users, inaugurating a new era of human-machine interaction and helping consumers and workers do more with less. So-called smart apps, such as Apple's Siri service, Google Now and Indigo, can make it easier for users to find solutions to common problems.

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