Technology moves at breakneck speed, and we now have more power in our pockets than we had in our homes in the 1990s. Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been a fascinating concept of science for decades, but many researchers think we’re finally getting close to making AI a reality. The emergence of AI have already captured people’s imagination and have made them more comfortable and acceptable to the new better change.
How will Artificial Intelligence change the future?
AI is accomplished by studying how human brain thinks, learn, decide, work while trying to solve problems and then using the outcomes of this study as the basis for developing intelligent software and systems. Development of AI started with the intention of creating similar intelligence in machines that we find and regards high in humans. since the invention of computers, their capability to perform various tasks went on growing exponentially. Humans have developed the power of computer systems in terms of their diverse work domains, increasing speed and reducing size with respect to limited time.
Artificial Intelligence is quickly becoming the next transformational technology. There are many facts we may already be interacting with this groundbreaking technology without even realizing it. Google was one of the early pioneers of AI, as per the Google database it processes more than 3.6 Billion search queries per day and over 40,000 per second on average.
Impact of AI on your everyday life
A robot as friends:
who wouldn’t want a friend like C-3PO (robot)? At this stage, most robots are still emotionless and it’s hard to picture a robot you could relate to. However, a company in Japan has made the first big steps towards a robot companion- one who can understand and feel emotions. Introduced in 2014, “pepper” the companion robot went on sale in 2015, with all 1,000 initial units selling out within a minute. The robot was programmed to read human emotions, develop its own emotions, and help its human friends stay happy. Pepper goes on sale in the U.S. in 2016, and more sophisticated friendly robots are sure to follow.
solving climate change:
Solving Climate change might seem like a tall order from a robot, but as Stuart Rusell explains, machines have more access to data than one person ever could-storing a mind-boggling number of statistics. Using big data, AI could one day identify trends and use that information to come up with solutions to the world’s biggest problems.
Believe me or not but AI is going to change the world in every domain in just coming few years. we have become comparatively smart by using the smartphones and now we have to be more intelligent as to handle the artificial intelligence (AI).