What Is The Current State of Omnipresent AI Across Businesses?by Vivek Kumar January 20, 2020 0 comments
Artificial Intelligence these days is everywhere and in everything, from manufacturing and production to our home and now in our toothbrush. AI, in some way, has occupied everyplace today. Looking at industry reports, nearly 40 percent of businesses already make use of this technology. It is being used in health care, wellness and warfare, analyzing everything and every moment, and assisting people to take better images, making music, and foods.
Even, the number of positions for AI specialists are among the top job roles in 2020. However, most businesses are daunted by the prospect of AI as there are many misconceptions around it. Many people think it can replace humans and it is smarter than human beings.
How AI Will Be Having Its Greater Impact on Human Beings
Taking over every place these days, AI often exceeds human accuracy in identifying, detecting, analyzing and determining an object. It also outstrips in voice and facial recognition, transportation, medicine, security and more.
Currently, we are seeing how this technology is imitating humans, performing tedious and complex tasks at the shared workplace, next to human workers. They are even emulating human gestures, playing with people, roaming around the entire home and taking care of aged people.
With the recent researches in business operations, medicals, among others, researchers found AI applications can be better at making predictions. On this front, these applications have already begun to mimic high-level human mental processes.
The technology is able to transform industries and has already made its way into several sectors such as information technology, transportation, traffic management, healthcare, telecommunications, education, criminal justice, defense, banking, and agriculture. Thus, as applications of artificial intelligence advance more profoundly into everyday use, they also augment concerns about potential adverse impacts on jobs, personal privacy, society, economy, and politics.
According to industry experts, around half of today’s jobs will be taken over by automation and robotics within the next few coming years. But if companies need fewer workforce due to AI, what happens to them who once held those positions? So, without adequate safety measures or the integration of ethical considerations, it will not take a longer time to turn AI bliss into an apocalypse.
Despite this, it is also stated that AI will create more jobs than it replaces by offering new tools for entrepreneurs and creating new lines of business better than ever before. It can be utilized to address intricate problems and find out solutions that are significant to human well-being, making considerable economic and social benefits.
So, the possibilities of AI are interminable, but it is quite obvious that AI interaction in everywhere and in everything will soon become an everyday activity.