Re: AI spam filter
On Monday, May 14, 2018 06:23:07 AM Darac Marjal wrote:
> I'm no expert in AI, but it was my understanding that, while you need
> massive amounts of data and processing of that data to CREATE an AI
> model, the model itself can be relatively modest to run.
I believe the above.
> This, I
> believe, is how smartphones can now boast "AI processing" for your
> photos and how Google's "auto-complete your emails" feature works.
They might work that way (I have no knowledge of them), but I do know some
other features on smartphones offload the work to a server.
AFAIK, google's voice recognition / transcription works that way (by sending
the sound to a server and letting the server translate the voice to text), and
then sending the text back to the smartphone.