Artificial Intelligence is changing society, and it’s already starting to come to our phones by offering predictive capabilities, computational photography, computer vision, and other usage-based learning to improve battery life, performance, and security. Huawei is one such company on the forefront of AI by offering developers advanced AI and Machine Learning capabilities through their ML Kit SDK. For example, Huawei’s ML Kit allows people without expert degrees in computer science or understanding of algorithms to be able to utilize both on-device and in-cloud APIs to bring the promise of AI to developers everywhere, especially when paired with Huawei’s hardware NPU, present on tens of millions of devices. You can learn more about the full capabilities of Huawei’s AI suite on the Huawei Developer website or you can dive into ML Kit information also on Huawei’s Developer Website. Lastly, if you have any questions or ideas, you can ask or discuss with developers on HUAWEI Developer Forum.
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