In recent years, the performance of smartphones has become increasingly dependent on neural networks. Special chips are responsible for their work, the performance of which can be improved by updating through Google Play.
The so-called Neural Networks API allows developers to transfer some of the complex computational tasks to neural chips inside smartphones. And, judging by the latest data, very soon Android smartphones based on SoC Snapdragon will be able to update them. Something similar Qualcomm is already doing to improve mobile GPU drivers.
Note that the new approach can be useful, as users no longer have to wait for major updates to increase the performance of the smartphone. Instead, it will be enough to download a small update, as is the case with regular Android applications.
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