Artificial Intelligence(AI) is the simulation of human intelligence by machines. In other words, it is the method by which machines demonstrate certain aspects of human intelligence like learning, reasoning and self- correction. Since its inception, AI has demonstrated unprecedented growth. Sophia the AI Robot, is the quintessential example of this. The future of Artificial intelligence is hazy. But going by the bounds of progress AI has been making, it is clear AI will permeate every sphere of our life. Listed below are the diverse ways in which AI has disrupted technology and had become this decade greatest tech evolution.
1. AI gives rise to new non-human pattern recognition and intelligence results AlphaGo Zero, a machine learning computer program trained to play the complex game of Go, defeated the Go world champion in 2016 by 100 games to zero. But instead of learning from human play, AlphaGo Zero trained by playing against itself—a method known as reinforcement learning.
2. Doctors risk malpractice when not using machine learning for diagnosis and treatment planning A group of Chinese and American researchers recently created an AI system that diagnoses common childhood illnesses, ranging from the flu to meningitis. Trained on electronic health records compiled from 1.3 million outpatient visits of almost 600,000 patients, the AI program Quantum advantage will massively accelerate drug design and testing
4. AI accelerates security systems’ vulnerability and defense
With the incorporation of AI into almost every aspect of our lives, cyberattacks have grown increasingly threatening. “Deep attacks” can use AI-generated content to avoid both human and AI controls.
5. AI design systems drive breakthroughs in atomically precise manufacturing
Just as the modern computer transformed our relationship with bits and information, AI will redefine and revolutionize our relationship with molecules and materials. AI is currently being used to discover new materials for clean-tech innovations, such as solar panels, batteries, and devices that can now conduct artificial photosynthesis.
Atomically precise manufacturing will enable us to produce the previously unimaginable. Read full article here: https://singularityhub.com/2019/04/26/5-ai-breakthroughs-well-likely-see-in-the-next-5-years/