Nokia has introduced a new technology called Mika. Actually it is a multi purpose intuitive knowledge assistant. In other words it is basically a digital assistant. It improves the efficiency of engineers and telecom operators. Nokia Launches Mika: First Digital Assistant for Telecom Industry.
It seems that Nokia is trying to re-enter the market with a bang. As recently it launched it’s first Android phone after a great set back. Nokia 6 broke all records with 250,000 Pre-Orders just in 1 day.
Nokia Launches Mika: First Digital Assistant for Telecom Industry
This new AI assistant, Mika gives voice dedicated automated assistance that will cut down the time spent to search for information resources in complicated multi technology environments. It will improve the efficiency of telecom operators.
For the first time, the company has launched such digital assistant which is specially dedicated to create ease for engineers in telecom industry. It keeps on providing critical information. In this way many productive work hours are saved daily.
Head of Global Services Nokia, Igor Leprince said:
MIKA taps into the power of the Nokia AVA platform to provide quick and accurate answers, avoiding time wasted on fruitless searches. MIKA is customized to support the specific needs of telecoms, and can deliver recommendations based on experience from networks around the world
Nokia’s Predictive Service would be available from March 2017
MIKA actually works by combining automated intelligence with automated learning. It make you access some tools and data sources that includes Nokia AVA knowledge library.
MIKA combines augmented intelligence with automated learning. It provides access to various tools and data sources which include the Nokia AVA knowledge library.
Soon MIKA will be available through web interface and mobile agent so that it is accessible to engineers everywhere. Right now it is only available for trials. It will be officially launched at Mobile World Congress 2017, Barcelona between February 27 and March 2.
Nokia has also introduced Predictive Repair. It is a service that can predict potential hardware failures. The service is available to operators using Nokia 3G and 4G equipment. It will be rolled out for customer trial starting March 2017.