The Future of AI

What is Artificial Intelligence(AI)?

Artificial Intelligence is empowering machines to behave like humans by adding Emotional Quotient(EQ) to them. These machines are controlled by computer systems. These systems are programmed in a way to learn, analyze and even self-correct to get a higher degree of accuracy. Big Data and Data Analytics are common terms today and used to simulate AI. Machines can now process information for themselves on a very high level. It allows them to perform complex functions like image recognition. Big data can be used to speed up AI development and soon AI will significantly impact our everyday lives.

How has AI grown?

From its inception, AI has grown by leaps and bounds. We have more power in our pockets than what our grandparents were used to in their homes and offices.

But, did you know that the future of AI is even more exciting? How will be using Big Data Analytics and AI in the future? Applications of Data Analytics and AI in Healthcare:

The human body is a machine, and who better to replace a machine than another machine?

The use of artificial limbs and organs will be commonplace in the future. Even in the disciplines of cardiology and radiology, you will see all mundane tasks being taken over by robots and human supervision will only be needed in complex cases.

Using Data Analytics and AI to do Dangerous jobs:

Already we are using drones for bomb diffusion. Farming, welding, mining and any other jobs known for producing toxic substances, intense heat, and earsplitting noise, can now be outsourced to robots in most cases. These safety features help prevent human workers from fumes and other bodily harm. Using Data Analytics and AI to enhance Cyber Security. Artificial Intelligence can be used to outwit hackers. We can have a system that daily monitors millions of data points and flags anything suspicious. A human can then investigate this flagged information and raise it to investigators if found suspicious.

Using Data Analytics and AI in smart machines:

Machines can now think and anticipate human preferences. By 2020, AI will be used to manage up to 90% of customer interactions. Siri and Alexa are examples of applications that show a great understanding of human language since they are mostly able to demystify the contextual meaning and make smart judgments. We can automate mundane customer queries by using chatbots. Using Data Analytics and AI to enable Smart Marketing

Using image recognition, a search engine will be able to search for the exact shoe that you want in the online marketplace. Content creation and personalization will be done by machines. This will result in greater conversion rates and sales.By 2020, AI will be used by at least 30% of companies globally.

Will AI take our jobs in the future?

Many people are worried that AI is here to take our jobs. AI isn’t here to take our our jobs, but it is here to make our lives easier by taking over our dangerous, time-consuming and repetitive jobs. Remember, computers can only simulate intelligence, so in the future you will see a big demand for Data Scientists, Data Analytics, Machine Learning and Big Data.


AI is the future and it’s here to stay. You need to adopt Machine Learning Technology to stay relevant in today’s market.In the future, there will be a greater demand for people who can program machines to “think” and enrich human lives.

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October 4, 2018

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