MIKA is a digital assistant for engineers and telecom operators by NOKIA

MIKAX “Multi-purpose Intuitive Knowledge AssistantX ” by Nokia.X voice commands.X Google
MIKAX “Multi-purpose Intuitive Knowledge AssistantX ” by Nokia.X voice commands.X Google

MIKA, a nice, adorable name picked out for “Multi-purpose Intuitive Knowledge Assistant,” by Nokia. This enable engineers and telecom operators access information through voice commands. 

The system is powered by the company’s cognitive services platform, using “augmented intelligence with automated learning to provide access to an extensive range of tools, documents and data sources.”

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Essentially MIKA is designed to offer quick answers to engineer questions, based on experience drawn from other networks – so, it’s not entirely unlike Siri or Alexa, but it’ll provide answers to engineering questions, instead of turning on a smart lightbulb or checking the local weather.

The announcement comes as the company’s been building a fair amount of heat in the weeks leading up to Mobile World Congress. The world’s biggest phone show is set to see the once-beloved brand’s big return to the smartphone space it once so unceremoniously left behind.

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Of course, that’s the HMD version, the Nokia name being licensed out by a local company formed from ex-pats of the tech giant. Those devices are more likely to get paired with Google Assistant than Nokia’s new offering.

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