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Besides Qualcomm and its AI-powered Snapdragon 8 Gen 3, Lenovo is also bringing updates on its foray into AI. It’s called MotoAI personal assistant, and it’ll power phones and desktops, specifically for Motorola.
MotoAI is based on a large language model, which is a type of AI that can learn and generate text, translate languages, write different kinds of creative content, and answer questions in an informative way. It’s launched this week during the annual Lenovo Tech World event.
But what makes it different than others? MotoAI focuses on data privacy because it processes data and run tasks locally on-device. That means, your data will not be stored in the cloud.
“MotoAI also features an on-device knowledge base where the user’s patterns and preferences inform their experience, making it more dynamic, personal, and helpful over time,” says the company in the official announcement.
Besides this, the tech maker also launched a new wrist-worn smartphone with FHD+ pOLED display during the event.
“The adaptive display concept can be adjusted from a standard Android phone experience in a flat position to being wrapped for a wrist-worn experience or positioned in several stand modes,” the tech maker explains.