There has been considerable growth in the field of Computer Science. From the past five years improvements in computing world has brought a revolution in AI. Companies from all around the globe are already using AI for different purposes such as financial transaction, recommendation engines, education, and among others.
From past ten years improvements in computing world has brought a revolution in AI. If the flow of changes keeps going like this, bags of unbelievable can be anticipated.
Some of the advent applications of AI at present IT scene are:
Security robots on Uber parking lot and mall patrol: It makes sure that there is no any hombres’ coming in.
Killer drone: There’s a new kind of killer drone. Called TIKAD, it isn’t like any lethal drones you’re seen before. Because unlike the effective-yet-cumbersome MQ-9 Reapers, these multicopters can carry a sniper rifle, a grenade launcher, or a machine gun—the inevitable convergence of hobby drones and military weapons.
Builder: This is a kind of Robert that can build your house from brick and mortar in two days. It never gets sick, never needs a day of vacation, never has a bad back from all those bricks.
Pizza delivery drone: Dominos and Flirty (Drone maker) they started trailing pizza delivery via drone in Auckland.
Autonomous car: Uber has started trailing self-driving vehicles to pick up real passengers.
Researcher Shimon Whiteson thinks that in the future, we will be able to augment ourselves with computers and enhance many of our natural abilities.
In future Robots will be taking over dangerous jobs. Robots are already taking over some of the most hazardous jobs available, including bomb defusing. These robots aren’t quite robots yet, reports BBC. They are technically drones, being used as the physical counterpart for defusing bombs, but requiring a human to control them, rather than using AI. Whatever their classification, they have saved thousands of lives by taking over one of the most dangerous jobs in the world. As technology improves, we will likely see more AI integration to help these machines function.
Another thing that AI can make possible is solving climate change. According to bigdata-madesimple Solving climate change might seem like a tall order from a robot, but as Stuart Russell 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 most significant problems.
Bigdata-made simple also writes AI will be able to improve elder care. According to them for many seniors, everyday life is a struggle and may have to hire outside help to manage their care or rely on family members. AI is at a stage where replacing this need isn’t too far off, says Matthew Taylor, the computer scientist at Washington State University. “Home” robots could help seniors with everyday tasks and allow them to stay independent and in their homes for as long as possible, which improves their overall well-being.
Princetonblue- Driving Digital Automation writes Artificial intelligence has the potential to transform the world and with it, our all works of the future will be automated and will impact our everyday lives.
Nevertheless, we are not sure about the future of AI, but one thing is evident that human life will be enormously relying on AI. Interacting with AI will be our everyday task.