AI is a powerful tool for humankind. It can identify patterns and predict behaviors. But, there is one key ingredient missing: knowledge. More people need to become aware of the possibilities of AI and develop a user-friendly platform so that entrepreneurs can use it to create AI products. Once AI becomes omnipresent, it could improve all aspects of human life. However, in order to achieve that goal, we must be able to convince people of the enormous potential of AI.
Some experts believe that AI and robotics will permeate the landscape by 2025. However, some experts worry that advances in AI and robotics will benefit only the wealthiest people. These developments may reinforce existing economic inequality. But others think that they will create jobs for many. For example, AI will take over certain healthcare tasks like revenue cycle management and patient engagement. Ultimately, AI will be essential for humankind.
In 2011, IBM’s Big Blue computer beat Grandmaster Garry Kasparov at chess, and the top two human champions on “Jeopardy” in 2011. All of these feats required contextual knowledge and a command of enormous amounts of facts about human history. Similarly, Google’s AlphaGo computer beat a professional Korean grandmaster in the Chinese game of Go. In the coming years, AI is likely to help us manage and run computer systems.
With the advancement of AI, more companies are implementing it into their operations. Rather than using employees to perform routine tasks, artificial intelligence will automate repetitive tasks, such as monitoring network traffic and sending reminders. It can also help employees focus on higher-level tasks, which are more complex than basic tasks. Eventually, AI will be able to take over these tasks and make them more effective in the workplace.