Future Insights Of Artificial Intelligence


Future developments in almost every business and among all people are being influenced by artificial intelligence. Big data, robotics, and the Internet of Things have all benefited greatly from artificial intelligence, and this trend is expected to continue for the foreseeable future.

  • WILL Artificial Intelligence TAKE OVER THE WORLD?

Almost every business can be expected to have long-term effects from AI. Our smart devices, cars, healthcare system, and favorite apps already use artificial intelligence, and for the foreseeable future, this influence will spread farther into many more industries.

  • The Development of Artificial Intelligence

In a field that is hotter than ever and only becoming hotter, IFM is only one of several AI inventors. A positive sign is as follows: 1,600 (or about 18%) of the 9,100 patents that IBM inventors were awarded in 2018 have an AI component. Another is this: Elon Musk, the creator of Tesla and a titan of the tech industry, recently contributed $10 million to support ongoing research at the nonprofit organization OpenAI. However, compared to his $1 billion co-pledge from 2015, this donation is a mere drop in the bucket. And in 2017, Vladimir Putin, the president of Russia, told students in a classroom, “Whoever becomes the leader in this sector [AI] will become the dictator of the world.” Then, he threw his head back and started laughing hysterically.

Okay, that last statement is untrue. However, this is not: After more than seven decades characterized by fanfare and sporadic dormancy throughout a multi-wave evolutionary period that started with so-called “knowledge engineering,” advanced to model- and algorithm-based machine learning, and is increasingly focused on perception, reasoning, and generalization, AI has reclaimed the spotlight like never before. And it has no plans to give up the limelight any time soon.

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