According to a prediction by International Data Corporation (IDC), “Global spending on cognitive and AI solutions will continue to see significant corporate investment over the next several years, achieving a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 54.4% through 2020 when revenues will be more than $46 billion”. The features of AI will show their significant presence in the development of Intelligent Services. These features of the AI are already on the way to growing their presence in the IoT of television and Smartphones.
This merging of AI and TV is profound, but this trend is going to change the experience of TV viewing in the coming years. There are several options available for users to view other than the channels and the shows provided by their service providers. So, no one wants to check everything to find a show to entertain them. This is the part where AI can play its role in a better way. A TV embedded with AI can sort the content for the viewer according to its preferences, and the user can choose one of them according to its mood.
The 2017 Samsung QLED TV shows an oversized selection of content as a group per service supplier on a launcher section situated on the screen’s lower face. Your favorite channels or services will be shown 1st on the launcher by default, and you can additionally use a voice command to decide on a show to look at.
In the future, the features of AI like prediction and intelligent assistance will be implemented in TVs, and that will completely transform the TV viewing experience of the user. AI features can identify the weather conditions and the user’s movement so it can adjust the content to be shown on the screen to the best suitable one. Samsung QLED TV 2017 is the first step towards it and will be a milestone. The Samsung QLED TV 2017 can recognize the video’s source and adjust the screen’s brightness to entertain the user with a great viewing experience. IoT-enabled TV will get featured some intelligent sensors that will transform the sound, display pictures, and other features according to the show, weather conditions, and the user’s movement. The tech giant is planning to add compatibility to all TV products by the end of this year. Samsung is ready to invest in this segment and will provide all its IoT products ready by 2020. That will reconstruct the home entertainment entirely.