In today’s world, AI affects virtually every major industry. Whether you’re a consumer or a business, AI is already making everyday life more efficient. It may take several years to perfect autonomous cars, but there is no shortage of potential applications. In manufacturing, for example, AI is already used to help produce products, based on predictive analysis sensors. For example, if you’re an automotive engineer, AI may soon be used to help you diagnose and prevent problems before they occur.
AI is already part of our everyday lives, from wearable health technologies to voice assistants and chat bots. According to Brookings Institution, AI will surpass human performance in tasks such as retail work and essay writing. In other words, the future of AI is a world in which people are no longer required to do the work themselves. But there’s a long way to go before computers are replacing humans.
For now, the future of AI is exciting, but many people are worried that they will be displaced from their jobs by AI. Those who embrace the unpredictable nature of life and are willing to learn new skills recognize the need to adapt and change to survive. But with that being said, there’s no reason why we shouldn’t embrace AI and embrace the possibilities that it brings. With AI, the possibilities are limitless.