A young developer is using artificial intelligence to predict the next generation of apps, potentially opening up a whole new market of potential developers.
The app, called Childhood Development, uses a technique known as deep learning to identify the patterns of emotion in the faces of users.
The algorithm, which the company calls Neural Networks, is trained to pick out the emotions of users by analysing thousands of photographs.
This algorithm is then fed back into a series of games that simulate real life situations, and it’s then up to the user to make decisions about how to respond.
The app is currently in beta, but the creators say it will be ready for mass distribution sometime in 2018.
The technique has a long history, with the early examples of AI programs predicting the future in the 1980s.
The company is also working on the first fully autonomous robot that can work autonomously on tasks such as building and repairing buildings.
In 2017, a company called Numeris unveiled an AI program called Deep Mind, which uses machine learning and deep learning in a way that can recognise a person’s emotions and act on them.
This technology can also predict the movements of people around you.
In 2018, a startup called Neural Networks also announced an AI system called Bionic.
Its creators say this technology can predict emotion and can act on its predictions to make intelligent decisions.
Neural Networks’ CEO, David Bailenson, said the company was working on developing an AI that could work autonomiously on tasks.
He said that AI would be able to “act as a robot” and predict future events.
This story has been updated to reflect that Neural Networks has been around since the 1980’s.