Artificial Intelligence Future Ideas
Today we show you the predictions of 7 tech experts about the future of artificial intelligence and machine learning in the next ten years: How will the application of AI technology change society, and which areas will be affected the most?
According to these experts, in ten years artificial intelligence will be able to
1. Increase Security
Drones will change the way we live, in the opinion of Nicolas Horbaczewski, CEO and founder of the Drone Racing League. Somehow they now represent what mobile phones were in the 90s. Drones are devices capable of moving objects very rapidly, and, in particular, they can fly. Package delivery, emergency response, or immediate delivery of medical products, anything with a drone will happen instantly. Horbaczewski considers them a central point in the security realm: they will make the world safer thanks to the possibility of inspecting places that would otherwise be difficult to control. Drones will become a part of our daily lives and fundamentally change them, as did smartphones and the Internet.
2. Generate New Services (and Potential Social Issues)
NY Times writer Martin Ford says that artificial intelligence will improve our ability to solve problems and generate new ideas. It is likely that in the next ten years, AI and robotics will be fully integrated into business operations and greatly affect the efficiency of organizations: new products and services based on AI will be created, and there will be new markets and customers.
Also, artificial intelligence could eliminate some jobs that would be automated, and could create critical situations in terms of privacy, security and military applications. According to Ford, in ten years, the debate about the potential issues arising from the application of AI will be central at both the political and social levels.
3. Empowering Businesses
Matthew Kamen, VSP of engineering at Foursquare, thinks that applications of AI are "stuck" at the moment, and are limited to reproducing what humans can already do or what humans rely on them to do. In ten years, these trust barriers against AI technology will progressively lower, and our addiction to algorithms and intelligent machines will grow. Kamen believes that AI technologies will allow analysts, developers, marketers and many more professionals to develop enterprise and consumer-based applications to better interact and understand users.
According to Serkan Kutan, CTO of Zocdoc, intelligent machines will be very useful in the field of healthcare.
Many doctors work too much; They cannot see all their patients and cannot keep up to date with new studies and advances due to time constraints. AI can help, especially for everything related to patient data analysis and diagnosis. The machines will have faster and immediate access to a larger set of clinical data, and the doctor will have more time to interact with his patients and improve outcomes, by delegating that part of the work.
5. Facilitating Sustainability
Nikita Johnson declared that Artificial Intelligence will seriously impact every industrial sector and everything we do. But at a high level, AI and machine learning will be at the fore in sustainability, environmental problems and climate change. There are many areas in which machines can greatly help and improve, especially if we talk about our century's great challenges, such as urbanization, population growth, and energy. Therefore, Artificial Intelligence will increase business productivity and for higher and more important purposes.
6. Make humans smarter
John Steicher, group managing director at Barclays Investment Bank, says computing power will grow progressively by giving us more power in training our artificial intelligence models. In addition, the amount of data analyzed will grow exponentially, allowing us to monitor more elements on our platform and the world in general.
Combining this with artificial intelligence, we will have the ability to make more intelligent predictions about future behaviors and events and train smarter knowledge systems and models. Steicher thinks that the concerns of many experts about the risks involved in the application of AI technology were unfounded because training a machine is equivalent to educating a child; If you teach him well, for example, what is wrong and what is right, he will grow and become a productive member of society who cares about people and the future as a human being.
7. Inspire Artists
Stephanie Dinkins, Transdisciplinary AI Artist, believes intelligent algorithms will be part of most decisions made in ten years, small or large, and artists can join artificial intelligence. Even though that concept may sound daunting, it's just a matter of harnessing the potential of AI and starting to explore. Dickins encourages artists to use AI to create beautiful and expressive artistic works as they would any other medium. On the other hand, she completely denies the idea of technology becoming an artist.
AI should be considered a tool to enhance human thought and develop creativity, not transform creativity or morality into machines. According to the artist, the developers of AI must ask themselves how AI systems can be used to increase productivity while respecting human diversity, dignity and cultural specialties?
8. Creating New Jobs
"Artificial intelligence will transform the workforce," confirmed Microsoft Corporate Secretary Carolyn Frantz. AI is "an opportunity for workers to focus on the parts of their jobs that may also be most satisfying to them," Frantz says. The bleak view of AI as a job killer is one side of the coin: While 75 million jobs may be missing, 133 million more lucrative, less repetitive new roles are expected to form.
9. Bridging Language Divides
Whether teaching new languages in person or translating speech and text in real time, AI-powered language tools from Duolingo to Skype are bridging the social and cultural divide in our workplaces, classrooms and daily lives. Microsoft education leader Mark Sparwell admits that digital translation services are not "perfect", but "they provide a means of understanding" that might not be possible otherwise.
10. Changing Government
Less paperwork, faster responses, more efficient bureaucracy - AI has the power to transform public administration in a big way, but are governments ready? This technology comes with risks and opportunities that need to be understood and evaluated. Academic Kevin D'Souza believes that simplification and role-playing can be the key for public servants to analyze complex cases, come up with better solutions, and truly understand the future of autonomous systems.
11. Providing Health Care
Paul Bates, director of NHS services at Babylon Health, says AI has the potential to make health care "more accessible and more affordable". Babylon, an app that provides rapid access to symptoms and quick access to physicians when needed, provides advice to over one million residents in central London via an AI-powered chatbot. Patients can get accurate, safe and convenient answers in seconds - and save health care providers money.
12. Making Art
Computational creativity is drastically changing the nature of art. Software is becoming a creative, more than a tool merging computer scientists with the artist. As the Austrian artist, Sonja Baumel assures, "the exhibition space becomes a laboratory; the art becomes the expression of science, and the artist the researcher."