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More artificial intelligence for the 'Androids'

Android mobile device users, known as ‘Androids’, are in luck. Last week Google announced the arrival of Android 9 ‘Pie’ to smartphones that carry this operating system. So that? “So that it learns from you, and so that it works better as the user uses it,” says Google. And all this because it incorporates more artificial intelligence (AI). Android 9 adapts to the user’s life and how they want to use their mobile phone, from predicting their next action before they take it, to prioritizing battery consumption for the apps they use the most, and even helping to disconnect the smartphone at the end of the day.

The new Android 9 ‘Pie’ incorporates features such as the Adaptive Battery, which takes into account those applications that are used the most and prioritizes battery consumption for them. For its part, Adaptive Brightness, automatically adjusts the brightness of the screen according to preferences and use environments.

The updated version of Android with more artificial intelligence also helps to do tasks more quickly with the App Actions feature, which predicts what the user will do next based on their context and showing that action directly on the mobile.

At the Google I / O held in May, the American company also announced a series of features to facilitate digital well-being on Android, including a new Control Panel (Dashboard) that shows how the user spends time with their device . An Apps Timer (App Timer) that allows you to set time limits on apps and darkens the icon on the home screen when the set time has elapsed; the new Do Not Disturb, which silences all visual interruptions that may appear on the screen; and Disconnect (Wind Down), which turns on the Night Light and activates Do Not Disturb, darkening the screen before the user goes to bed.

Digital Wellbeing will officially launch, according to Google, on Pixel phones this fall, with the addition of Android One and other devices in late 2018. These features are now available in beta for Pixel phones. equipped with Android 9.

Android 9 also enables hardware security capabilities to enable the protection of sensitive data such as credit card information using a secure and dedicated chip. The new system also brings significant privacy enhancements to help protect all web communications and keep them private.

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