The artificial merchandise industry is in a boom. I don’t come to know where the artificial stops and the real begins anymore. It has infiltrated not just the materialistic possessions but also the bodily possessions.
Artificial intelligence is replacing the brain in front of our eyes.We are using it in our everyday life.
Siri, Google Now, and Cortana are all intelligent digital personal assistants on various platforms (iOS, Android, and Windows Mobile). In short, they help find useful information when you ask for it using your voice; you can say “Where’s the nearest Chinese restaurant?”, “What’s on my schedule today?”, “Remind me to call Anand at eight o’clock,” and the assistant will respond by finding information, relaying information from your phone, or sending commands to other apps.
Have you ever gotten an email or a letter asking you if you made a specific purchase on your credit card? Many banks send these types of communications if they think there’s a chance that fraud may have been committed on your account, and want to make sure that you approve the purchase before sending money over to another company. Artificial intelligence is often the technology deployed to monitor for this type of fraud.
While they’re rather simple when compared to other AI systems, apps like Spotify, Pandora, and Netflix accomplish a useful task: recommending music and movies based on the interests you’ve expressed and judgments you’ve made in the past. By monitoring the choices you make and inserting them into a learning algorithm, these apps make recommendations that you’re likely to be interested in.
Japanese doctors have for the first time used artificial intelligence (AI) to detect a type of leukaemia, which helped to save a patient’s life as the disease had gone undetected using conventional methods.
Not just for technology, but it has replaced body parts as well like Heart, Yes, you heard it correct, HEART. The artificial heart is a very sophisticated medical device. I confess I don’t know much about it, but the idea of fabricated body organs is both fascinating and scary. It makes me wonder how far can the man go in his quest to replicate nature.
Your smartphone, your car, your bank, and your house all use artificial intelligence on a daily basis; sometimes it’s obvious what it’s’ doing, like when you ask Siri to get you directions to the nearest gas station. Sometimes it’s less obvious, like when you make an abnormal purchase on your credit card and don’t get a fraud alert from your bank. AI is everywhere, and it’s making a huge difference in our lives every day.