The term ‘artificial intelligence’ was created fairly recently in 1955, but the idea of smart devices that do our bidding has far much deeper roots, going back to the historic myths of Greece, India, and China. Probably that’s why the idea of AI has such a this on our imagination, and why, in recent years, there’s been so much hype associated with the technology.
But AI is not a misconception, and neither is it a mysterious machine. It’s a technology like any other, that, after years of research, has reached a new level of productivity. Cheap developing power and numerous data have made this possible, and AI and machine learning are now useful tools in a varied range of fields, from astronomy to health care, transportation to music.
After years of assurance AI is finally becoming valuable, but what usually occurs to effective technologies that they vanish. We neglect about the things that Just function, and we shouldn’t allow that happen to AI. Any technology meant to change the world needs overview, and AI, with its combo of huge innovative presence and very real, very risky failings, needs that scrutiny more than most.