AI has developed and will become more commonly used in our everyday lives. Saving time and costs through digital performance.
Tasks performed by computer systems (artificial intelligence) which would normally be carried out by human intelligence.
AI has become more commonly known as a tool which businesses use for daily functions to save on human error and resources.
One thing to consider is how AI works differently to automation as AI looks to understand data whereas automation works with data.
There are 4 types of artificial intelligence machines:
- Reactive machines
- Limited memory
- Theory of mind
- Self-aware AI
Learning through algorithms and identifying patterns to then increase AI intelligence.
Facial recognition detects human faces away from other contributors in the image quickly, creating a more convenient verification instead of entering passwords and PINs.
Speech recognition through machine learning can change and alter how we communicate with technology in the future. An example of this would be speech to text and dictation through speech software.
Cloud computing uses AI which can manage routines within cloud services.
Quantum computing enables large amounts of data to be processed with a higher level of artificial intelligence.
Chatbots reduce staff time with engaging and promoting through message services. This can lead to more customer feedback and a way to measure interaction between customer and brand.
Robotics share similarities with AI, but instead physically perform tasks.
Security ensures a much more secure cybersecurity system with the assistance of AI knowledge which can improve and analyse security measures.
- Tasks performed quicker
- Operates 24×7
- Cost savings
- Reduction in human error
- Repetitive jobs carried out by AI, reducing tedious jobs for staff, creating more time for productive jobs.
The future of AI will provide more innovative solutions to businesses and organisations and will look to move in motion with new emerging technologies.
Our day-to-day experiences will evolve and become more digital in the coming years.