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Your smartphone could soon be learning from other smartphones

What if the device itself could learn our preferences, simply by observing our usage patterns? Image: REUTERS/Dado Ruvic

Raja Jurdak

Research Group Leader, Distributed Sensing Systems, CSIRO

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