India’s mobile phone makers are gearing up for an onslaught of AI-driven applications, and the government is putting a lot of effort behind it.
According to industry experts, India has already spent nearly $50 billion to develop mobile telecommunication infrastructure.
The government has been pouring resources into building infrastructure, and AI-based applications are going to help with this.
According the experts, the government will soon start deploying the world’s first mobile phone that is powered by AI and powered by a new type of electric engine.
The engine will be called a “mobile phone microprocessor” (MTMP).
The MTMP will run on AI software, according to an industry source.
The MTMP is said to have about 300 cores and can execute up to 100,000 tasks.
It will be able to recognize objects, calculate distances, and even determine the orientation of an object.AI is also said to be used in the MTMP.
The Indian government has also developed a smartphone app that allows users to test their phones with a series of images.
It is not clear what the MTmp will look like, but the technology is expected to be cheaper than the current mobile phones that can cost up to $1,000.
This will help the MTMs, which are often the last thing consumers want to buy.
The government is also planning to install an AI chip on the MTM.
The AI chip will be used to test the MTAs software, which will then be sent to the manufacturing plant.
This process will also allow the MTFs to be more efficient, the source said.
The MTMs are expected to start shipping in 2019.