So, what is the future of Artificial Intelligence like? Will it bring us a utopia or bring us to the brink of extinction?
Artificial Intelligence, in simple terms, is the science of achieving goals using computers. In laymen’s terms, artificial intelligence is a form of artificially intelligent computer software that learns how to perform an activity on its own without human intervention. Like all human endeavors, artificial intelligence will always be subject to the limits of human knowledge. As such, artificial intelligence may well become the most important technological development in the last 100 years.
A simple definition of Artificial Intelligence is human-level intelligence achieved by computers, unlike natural intelligence displayed by animals and humans. In fact, many scientists, educators and businesspeople believe that the development of artificial intelligence will result in the end of human existence as we know it.
One reason why artificial intelligence has become so important over the past decade or so is because of the tremendous advances made in the field of computer science. Computers have surpassed human beings at nearly every task, from playing chess to operating a car. And computers can perform tasks that are thought to be impossible for a human. A computer that drives a car can travel faster than an average human being at 65 miles per hour. While this may seem impossible, it is possible.
In fact, the computer’s system of learning and memory has been scientifically proven. And researchers have spent years trying to decipher how a computer, using only programmed instructions, can learn and retain information.
If a computer has the ability to do things that cannot be done by a human’s brain, then humans will no longer exist. The question is whether or not they will choose to. While some may argue that this is a pessimistic view of the future, it must be remembered that computers were not around when man first developed language. Today, humans speak more than ninety percent of all the world’s languages.
But is artificial intelligence the next logical step? The answer is no. We already have artificially intelligent robots on Earth, which have proved themselves capable of performing almost any task they were given to perform.
What is interesting about artificial intelligence, however, is that it has the potential to surpass our current ability to do the same task. And, in fact, artificial intelligence has already surpassed the abilities of certain human beings.
As technology progresses and becomes more advanced, we will continue to see improvements in artificial intelligence. As well as more knowledge is accumulated about the human mind and brain, artificial intelligence will become increasingly greater. This means that it will become harder to predict the future, but that someday, artificial intelligence may surpass the intelligence created by a human being. It is very likely that the first artificially intelligent computer will be able to accomplish tasks that an average person can do today.
The biggest challenges in the future will probably be with artificial intelligence and machine vision. A computer vision is the ability to detect small changes or imperfections in images. However, computer technology is also developing so rapidly that artificial intelligence can be used to create new forms of computer software. Software developers who have a lot of money are working on developing artificial intelligence that can work for themselves.
Self-driving cars will be the most amazing form of artificial intelligence to be released in the future. It is very likely that someday, self-driving cars will be able to take control of their surroundings and drive themselves.
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