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IJSTR >> Volume 8 - Issue 10, October 2019 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



A Novel Method For Smart Interactive Mirror Based On Artificial Intelligence

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AUTHOR(S)

Parag Sohoni, Bhawana Pillai, Sushila Sonare

 

KEYWORDS

Artificial Intelligence, Interactive, Speech Recognition, Smart Mirror

 

ABSTRACT

Artificial intelligence (AI) is one of the most intriguing research fields in computer science which is aimed at imparting intelligence to machines. AI has a wide range of applications from diagnosis of medical ailments to financial market analysis. AI also has a huge role in augmenting and amplifying our capabilities. In today’s demanding fast pace of life, we need to have information on the go. With everything getting smart and interactive, exchange of knowledge and information gets easier. But a lot of our time is whiled away doing the general chores and getting ready. Imagine a scenario when you come in front of your mirror to get dressed and your own personal assistant, powered with AI, is at your disposal for a series of tasks and updates that you demand from it, like user customized news feeds, weather updates, and a plethora of services on the go. Smart Mirror aims to be your interactive assistant. It follows service-oriented architecture and uses Artificial Intelligence, Natural Language Understanding, Speech Recognition and Speech to Text Conversion. Smart Mirror is an approach to minimize and reduce human effort and intervention, that is, it gives an insight into the ever-expanding world of Artificial Intelligence and interaction as is.

 

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