The Future of AI | How Artificial Intelligence will Change the World in 2020 and Beyond?



Recent AI advancements

Before talking about the future of Artificial Intelligence, let’s look at some of the recent AI inventions. Current decade has been immensely important for AI innovation, so let's have a look at how artificial intelligence changed our lives in the recent decade. In recent years artificial intelligence has become embedded in our day-to-day existence, we use smartphones that have voice assistance and computers that have intelligence functions.

In 2010 ImageNet launched the ImageNet large-scale visual recognition challenge, also Microsoft launched Kinect for Xbox 360, the first gaming device that tracks human body movement using a 3d camera and infrared detection. In 2011 Apple released Siri a virtual assistant on Apple iOS operating systems. Siri depends on a natural language user interface to infer, observe, answer and recommend things to its human user. It adopts the voice commands and projects and individualized experience for the users. Then in 2012 to Google researchers trained a large neural network of sixteen thousand processors to recognize images of cats by showing it 10 million unlabelled images from YouTube videos. Now in the year 2014 Microsoft released Cortana their version of a virtual assistant similar to Siri on iOS, also Amazon created Amazon Alexa a home assistant that developed into smart speakers that function as personal assistants

Now talking about the year between 2015 to 2017 google deepmind’s alphago a computer program that plays the board game defeated various human champions, not just that in 2016 a humanoid robot named Sophia was created by Hansen. She’s the first robot citizen with her ability to see make facial expressions and communicate through AI. Sofia has more human-like features when compared to the other humanoids and finally in 2018 we will develop bot, the first bi-directional unsupervised language representation that can be used on a variety of natural language tasks using transfer learning and also Samsung introduced Bixby.

Artificial intelligence advancements are occurring at an unprecedented rate thus we can expect that the trends from the past decade will continue swinging upward in the coming years so now that we have seen how artificial intelligence has evolved throughout the years let's move on to the future of AI and find out how it continues to act as a technological innovator.

Future of AI

Now in the last 10 years artificial intelligence has changed the world in subtle but sweeping waves poised recognition on every smartphone was a simple proof-of-concept. Over the next 10 years artificial intelligence will make more progress than in the 50 before. It combined with countless quickly oncoming applications to business, government and personal life. Its influence will soon touch absolutely every aspect of our lives.


  • So talking about the first one it's the medical diagnosis now complementing a doctor's human intuition with the precision and completeness of AI could be one of the greatest revolutions in healthcare. The simple fact is that the human race has produced an excess understanding of human health then any one human brain can usefully contain thus AI can start to outperform even the best human doctors.

  • Then we have the financial services sector, now it is not fun to watch the bankers get automated into unemployment but the real win is when the AI takes over. Right now the financial services sector has a lot to do with why the rich gets richer. They can afford to hire better financial help to manage the money they have. With AI especially open-source FinTech solutions it could be possible to change personal finance to put it on a much more even playing field.

  • Then we have the translation and linguistics, now to an extent real-time machine translation already exists from major tech companies like Microsoft but other research bodies like Google and even DARPA are looking to take the idea ahead. Currently machines can only try to translate about hundreds of the world's more than 7,000 languages. Whether it's the military or international corporations are just regular old academia someone is going to use AI to push real-time translation forward so that we can communicate better
            
  • Then we also have these sports training, now AI might design the perfect defensive formation but the human players enacting that plan have to have the necessary skills. here modern machine learning algorithms can help. Partly is just a matter of collecting data in wider contexts through smart golf clubs and basketballs and baseball bats also. AI could provide more active feedback by watching your swing to offer corrections.

  • AI could also change the world of paying for anything now this technology can save an incredible amount of time. Advanced AI face recognition algorithms will soon be quick enough and cheap enough to support millions of transactions per day but machine learning can teach a computer to recognize more than faces for example Wells Fargo and others plan to secure some financial transactions with equally advanced biometric analysis of a user's voice.
            
  • Artificial intelligence is also going to change your experience of shopping. Amazon is already working to make physical shopping even less hassle than online, this is only possible with the help of artificial technology. Online shopping algorithms are a dime a dozen these days but one fascinating project from Pinterest would expand the idea to the physical wall. The prediction will also play a bigger role than ever as the companies use AI to suggest the perfect product to shop us and to make sure that the product is stocked up back at the warehouse.
  •  The next interesting thing is that photographs can become purchases. So have you ever clicked the picture of a product so that you can look for something similar in these stores. Amazon the giant commerce platform has already incorporated a visual search option on its mobile application, so all you need to do is just take a photo of the item you want and it will show you something very similar or identical and you can buy it right away with just a photograph Lodge.

  • Running a business is also going to be simpler with AI in the coming decades. The world's best CEOs might just be robots. If management is the process of noticing and properly assigning talent then an AI might well be better able to do that. Now there is another theory that AI might make people so capable of organizing on their own that managers will become less important and one can run their business just with the technology.

  • AI is also entering the political field so it can also be used in political analysis. now the advantage of AI lies in its ability to predict the future beyond political victories and losses, the larger implications of AI lie in decision and policy making now with the rise of AI start-ups and increased dialogue around policymaking. The arrival of AI politicians is not a big surprise while constitutions and laws across the world prohibit nonhumans from contesting elections. There is a severe dearth of laws defining the moral and ethical implications of the usage of AI in the political and public space.

  • Finally we have sports strategizing, now considering the nearly and finite variability of human behaviour and ingenuity on the field, it seems that artificial intelligence could soon design all new strategies for even the world's best studied sports. The game of football has been successfully broken down and understood in its basic principles by a machine learning algorithm. According to the inventor of that algorithm it should apply quite well to other sports like basketball and hockey.

Now these were just a few or of the many sectors which will be taken over by artificial intelligence in the coming years. I hope you have understood what the future of AI wholes and where else it's going to expand and I hope you also got idea about the contribution of AI over the years and how is going to rule over almost every sector.

 


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