AI as impactful technology

Is AI expected to be the most impactful technology

  • On : February 6, 2019

One of the first references to AI dates to 1950 in an article by Alan Turing entitled “Computing Machinery and Intelligence”. The official birth of artificial intelligence took place a few years later at the 1956 Dartmouth Conference. This technology is therefore not invented recently and even many researchers have been working on this topic for decades. But it’s now that the impact of AI is beginning to be even more important than ever before.

Why AI computer program is beneficial?
Artificial intelligence, also known as AI, is a computer program with skills such as planning, learning, reasoning, and problem-solving etc. This program has the capability to do the same things as the human brain but even faster. It can crunch millions of millions of data in only a few seconds.

Save money and save time.
AI is surely our future that saves us time and money. It’s just how we used to say it, “time is money”. Its superior efficiency that could facilitate many things and allows the human to be a focus on the more essential issues. For example, if we have a closer look in healthcare, to diagnose a disease usually takes the longest time. Therefore, AI allows doctors to focus on the care part of his work as long as AI focus to utilise analysing each of the data to make a diagnosis.

Replacing us or helping us?
When we talk about AI, some people get scared because they think Artificial Intelligence can replace us and including everyone’s jobs. But that is not the point of this fast-growing technology. This tool has been made for supporting us in several industries to be more successful in our business. Even though, AI doesn’t have feelings like a human can have, it can never replace our emotions. However, the social part stays in a human hand.

The question is, how far can AI conclude the end of the human being? We’ve got the answer, we have the ability to still control that technology and lead AI to where we want it. Hence, we must make this technology beneficial to us and thus set limits: it’s just like Stephen Hawking once said “AI is likely to be either the best or worst thing to happen to humanity”.