Artificial intelligence in the future
Artificial intelligence has changed our lives in countless ways and it will continue to do so in the future. This article contains information about the ways AI will change your life in the future, even if you don’t realize it’s there. It’s time to learn about artificial intelligence!
AI is here
it’s no longer science fiction. It is already being used to fight crime, to prevent traffic jams, and to solve pressing medical problems. But how long until we can say that AI has truly arrived? Given all of these exciting possibilities, it’s easy to assume that AI is well on its way to truly transforming our lives—but there’s a lot more work to be done before any of those sci-fi scenarios are within reach.
What AI are we talking about?
Not to be confused with human-level AI—that stuff is more science fiction than science fact—artificial intelligence is defined as any program that intelligently solves problems using an algorithm. Today, AI technologies are used for customer service chatbots, facial recognition software and even self-driving cars. While we’re not quite ready for a world without humans (at least not yet), these five ideas will give you a glimpse of what might be possible in just a few years.
The state of AI today
There are many breakthroughs to be excited about, but we’re still a long way from HAL 9000. Today’s systems excel at narrow tasks like detecting objects in images or scanning a document for keywords. IBM Watson, probably the most famous example of AI, uses a combination of natural language processing and artificial neural networks to answer questions posed in everyday language. It can read your question and understand you; it then processes it based on its memory bank of past questions and answers.
How will this change our lives?
Imagine a world where computers can not only run every aspect of your life, but teach you how to live better. The recent advances made by researchers in artificial intelligence are being hailed as important steps towards that reality. Already, machines are capable of thinking and learning how to live by themselves. As these technologies progress, we may be on our way to living longer, healthier lives free from our dependence on human doctors and healthcare providers.
Where will all of this lead us?
As I mentioned, many of today’s smartest entrepreneurs see a significant role for A.I. in our future, and they aren’t necessarily shy about sharing their opinions. We are rapidly approaching The Singularity—the point at which A.I.
How does this affect me?
As AI becomes better and better at a growing number of tasks, workers may feel pressured to develop new skills so they don’t fall behind—or they might lose their jobs altogether. Either way, business leaders need to prepare for a future where AI is integrated into daily life. You might want to start by updating your company’s HR policies and educating your staff about AI.
When Will It Come
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is something that is often talked about but rarely understood. Most people’s conception of AI are more like science fiction than reality, and those who have taken a course on AI in university might be thinking to themselves, what has my education gotten me? Although AI might seem to be a far-off technology, it will soon change every industry as we know it, including recruiting.