Nokia got a nice and pretty sounding name, picked out for its new voice assistant. The voice assistant is named as MIKA and it stands for ‘Multi – purpose intuitive knowledge assistant’ which lets engineers and telecom operators to access the information through voice commands.
The voice assistant system is powered up by the company’s cognitive services platform. It’s accompanying its new technology by using augmented intelligence with automated learning which provides access to an wide range of tools, data sources and documents.
Nokia Digital Assistant MIKA
Based on the experience drawn from the other networks, Mika is designed to offer quick answers to the engineering questions. So if it is questioned that it’s a way different thing from Siri or Alexa then the answer will be ‘no’. it’s not actually something entirely different from Siri or Alexa but it’ll surely provide the answers to the engineering questions instead of checking the local weather or turning on a smart light bulb.
The announcement stakes up as the company’s been building up a fair amount of heated aura in the weeks leading up to Mobiel world congress. The world’s biggest show is all set to see the once beloved brand’s big return to the smart phone space it once again, unceremoniously left behind.
There’s no doubt about that that’s the HMD version as the brand Nokia is being licensed out by a local company from the ex-parts of the tech giant. Google assistance is more capable of getting paired up with them in comparison to those devices offered with the new assistance of Nokia.
The Nokia is being focusing on the bigger platform, industrial and enterprise projects.
It has been noted and mention by Nokia that their digital assistant can save about an hour of production time of the day. The demonstration is being prepared by the ambitious digital assistant tech at the mobile world congress 2017.