But if you live in a modern society, there is a possibility that AI can affect your life in any way.
Whether you decide the best route your GPS can take home, a music app that suggests playlists based on listening habits, or receive targeted ads on social media, AI becomes a part of everyday life. There is.
Where can AI be and how can we stop the machine-ruled world?
Evolution of artificial intelligence
Successful AI projects focus on more realistic and less broad goals, such as solving specific problems in specific areas.
Despite the increasing use of artificial intelligence, the world is still at a time of relative discovery, studying the possibilities of deep learning and artificial intelligence.
Over the next five to 10 years, AI investments will become more silos as they solve business problems, automate processes and simplify everyday life.
We are still far from making Artificial Intelligence Artificial Intelligence Artificial Intelligence. It is important to check the ethics of artificial intelligence until we are able to avoid the pitfalls of the machine-driven society.
Code of Ethics
You need to focus on how to make AI safe, how to avoid misuse of autonomous devices, and how to avoid bias within AI solutions.
You can not yet completely replace work checks to verify data, minimize errors, and ensure a secure AI.
Autonomous machines are an exciting and scary prospect. A car without a driver can prevent accidents and make the roads safer, but as described above, a single fault can cause more confusion than we already have.
Who is responsible for an autonomous car accident? Is the manufacturer, the person who purchased or used the machine, the person who manufactured the machine or artificial intelligence, or the machine itself? Assigning responsibility to an AI machine, such as an autonomous vehicle, means assigning authority to the machine.
But there are also predictions that AI will create over 2.3 million jobs by 2020, well ahead of lost employment. Many people will be retrained and transferred to AI jobs, and they will have an opportunity.
caution: Sorin Cheran, Technology Strategist at Hewlett Packard (HP) Enterprise
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