Since after cracking the Nazi encryption machine Enigma and assisting the Allied Forces to win World War II, English mathematician Alan Turing left the entire world with a very interesting question: "Can machines think?"
And the answer to this very question is Yes! Machines can be trained well enough to think and make smart decisions with the help of the most promising technology of all times, Artificial Intelligence (AI). While most Sci-Fi movies portray AI as robots with human-like characteristics, but, AI has got a lot more areas of applications! And here, we will talk about the role of AI in our daily lives. So, let’s begin!
What do we mean by AI?
Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the simplest terms is the human-like intelligence demonstrated by the machines. We can find AI across all the major spectrums, such as Apple Siri, Self-driving cars, Biometrics, Assisted transportation and much more.
How has AI been making an impact on our lives?
Although most of the researchers agree to the fact that superintelligent AI cannot exhibit all the human emotions, such as love, fear, hate as good as humans, if we talk about its use case across all the major spectrums then there are plenty of them. Let’s check them out here:-
Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare:
Healthcare professionals have been employing AI to make more efficient, faster and precise diagnoses in comparison to humans. By mining the patient’s data and other data sources, it becomes possible to imitate human intelligence into computer technology that is helpful for both the doctor and the patients.
Artificial Intelligence in business:
Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is another important application of AI, which is applied to carry out all the repetitive tasks that were performed by humans. Thereby, streamlining all the business processes.
AI in education:
AI can automate the entire evaluation process such as assigning grades to the students, thereby, giving educators more research time. Further, it can help the students to learn at their own pace.
AI in Autonomous vehicles:
If we were talking about cars that drive on its own in the ’90s then surely it would have sounded a bit fictional! But, today, it’s progressing more towards reality. AI has been setting a great example in the field of Driverless Vehicles, by inhibiting decision making abilities in the driving machines.
Summing up to all the above-discussed aspects, it may be inferred that AI is the revolutionary technology that holds great potential across all the major spectrums. In the coming years, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Predictive Analytics will work hand-in-hand and will make significant changes in all the domains of education, environment, health, public safety, and security.