Is Augmented Intelligence the Future?
Artificial intelligence emerges as the key business enabler, guiding data processing and smarter decision-making.
FREMONT, CA: Artificial intelligence is, undeniably, a popular buzzword. The idea that a machine can exhibit the same level of intelligence and sentience as a human being has captured much interest. This idea has increasingly become popular in the workplace. A report showed that AI revenue could grow from $643.7 million in 2016 to $36.8 billion by 2025. The latest emerging AI trends and developments have presented a consideration for humankind.
The origin of job uncertainty with the rise of AI and technology, in general, is a matter that goes way back in time. Mobile phone devices with smart technology were a new concept to human beings. With time, they increasingly became a conventional device. Similarly, AI products and solutions like the virtual AI assistants have become a part of everyone's everyday lives and are likely here to stay. AI can also be a powerful working tool in many current business scenarios. Fundamentally, while the human brain works on higher-level tasks, continuous tasks can be fed to AI.
Businesses can align their business processes and make them simpler with the adoption of AI. The internet of things (IoT) is a new wave that has created 360-degree interaction between humans and machines. One of the backbones of IoT is the AI capabilities that enable IoT devices to optimize the utilization of effort and time accurately. An array of industries is using AI to improve operational efficiencies. From using robotics to enhance mining and detect medical ailments in using digital technologies to improve business processes, AI can make humans and businesses smarter.