The future of Artificial Intelligence

  • November 26, 2019
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Innovation in technology is progressing with lightning speed. Artificial intelligence is considered a remarkable and interesting concept of science fiction from many years, yet many research scientist thinks that we are getting towards developing AI into a reality. According to various research and studies, it is observed that from the last few decades many scientists have made advanced development in machine learning with the use of neural networks that imitate the process of real neurons. It is a part of deep learning that let machines to process the information for themselves in a very elegant manner. Such a process aid to accomplish some of the complex functions, one of its function is noted as facial recognition.

Big Data is improving AI development operations speedily, therefore it is predicted that within a certain time of action, AI technology may be integrated into our daily lives. Probably it is seen that AI technology is adequately basic, but one day we can expect an advanced level in AI laying a better impact on our daily lives.

Automated Transportation:

We have seen inception in-car automation, although these vehicles still required a driver at the wheel for safety. In spite of such inspiring innovative technology, it ain’t yet perfect. It may take time for people to get acquainted with this technology. The US Department of Transportation released a precision on categorizing different levels in automation. In 2012, Google started to test its first self-driving car, henceforth considering the
classification of automation levels formed by the US Department of Transportation, it was categorized below the first level from full automation. Other transportation mediums are closer to full automation, like Trains and Buses.

Cyborg Technology:

If one has to think of limitations, there can be no better example than our Human bodies and Brains. According to Shimon Whiteson— a Researcher and a professor of computer science at the university of oxford believes that in the coming future, we could be able to augment ourselves with computers and enhance our natural abilities. However, many of these possible cyborg technology improvements are added for convenience, while others serve a more practical purpose. A CTO of Google Nest— Yoky Matsuoka, believes that AI will be extremely useful for the people with amputated limbs, as their brains will be able to communicate with those robotic limbs and offer them better support. Such kind of cyborg technology would exceptionally reduce the constraints that amputees deal daily.

Handling Critical Tasks:

Various robots are occupying many risky jobs available out there such as bomb defusing, welding and so on. According to the BBC, such job performing robots are not complete robots yet. These are technically drones, that are been utilized as a physical counterpart to perform
such risky jobs, but these are controlled by humans rather than AI. Such kind of robots has saved many lives by taking on various risky jobs in the world. Soon, as there will be a better enhancement in this technology, there will be more of AI integrated machines to take on such high-risk jobs, performing them on the next level.

Resolving climate change:

Offering a predictive solution to climate change and its related issues is not a difficult task for a robot. Machines have more access to several data and statistics than a person could ever store in its memory. With the use of Big data, AI may one day identify various trends and use that information to provide solutions to the world’s biggest problems.

Improving Elder Care:

There are many senior citizens, for whom everyday life is a big struggle. They may have to hire an outsider to help them organize their daily activities or may have to rely on their family members. As per Matthew Taylor, AI is at the stage where replacing such need is not that far off. Home
robots can help seniors with everyday tasks and allows them to stay independent in their homes as long as possible. Although we aren’t sure of the exact future, it is quite possible that interacting with AI will be
an everyday activity. These interactions will aid our society to develop, especially in automated transportation, cyborgs, handling critical tasks, resolving climate change and improving elder care.

Beyond these impacts, there are different ways in which AI technology can influence our
future, and this very fact has professionals over various industries that are extremely interested in the ever-booming future of Artificial intelligence.

Nilesh Patil

Technical lead