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Tuesday, February 13, 2018
LG to Add AI technologies to 2018 Version of the LG V30


LG Electronics will introduce the first of a suite of AI technologies for its smartphones at this year's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain.

The technologies will be featured in the 2018 version of the LG V30. LG is focusing on making AI-based solutions related to the camera and voice recognition.

On top of the list of camera features that include dual lenses, wide-angle low-distortion lenses, and the all-glass Crystal Clear Lens, Vision AI makes the camera of the LG V30 even smarter and easier to use.

Vision AI automatically analyzes objects and recommends the best shooting mode from among eight modes: portrait, food, pet, landscape, city, flower, sunrise, and sunset. The angle of view, color, reflections, backlighting, and saturation levels are all taken into consideration as the phone analyzes images in its database to determine what the camera is focusing on in order to recommend the best setting. For example, pointing the camera at a plate of pasta will result in food mode being invoked, resulting in warmer colors and heightened sharpening.

LG says it has collaborated with a partner in image recognition to analyze over a 100 million images in order to develop the phone's image recognition algorithms. Over one thousand unique image categories were created for more accurate image analysis, resulting in better shooting mode recommendations.

Another feature of Vision AI provides shopping advice through smart image recognition. By pointing the camera at an object, LG's Vision AI can automatically scan QR codes, initiate an image search or provide shopping options including where to purchase the item for the lowest price and other similar products.

A new low-light shooting mode automatically brightens images in dim environments by a factor of two. Instead of conventional methods of measuring external light levels, Vision AI instead measures the brightness of the actual image that will be recorded, resulting in brightness levels that are adjusted more accurately.

Another new feature is Voice AI that allows users to run apps and change settings through voice commands alone. Working alongside Google Assistant, the 32 LG-exclusive Voice AI commands - up from 23 commands in 2017 - Voice AI eliminates the need to search through menu options and allows for direct selection of specific functions.

LG Exclusive Voice Commands for Google Assistant include:

  • Panoramic Photo
  • Food Photo
  • Time-lapse Photo (Video) Slow-motion Video
  • Low-light Photo AI Cam Photo
  • Image Search QR Code Scanning Shopping Search

LG's strategy for smartphones is to continue expanding its AI capabilities not to new LG models only, but also to existing LG smartphones via over-the-air updates.



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