Indeed, we hear a lot about Artificial Intelligence nowadays, but few people really understand what artificial intelligence really is. Much more confusing to newcomers and novices is that numerous folks that are in the artificial intelligence field debate its definition. Still compounding the issue is when commercial ventures begin touting their technologies as artificially intelligent driven, when actually they’re not.
There are a couple of different categories that those in the field of artificial intelligence fall into. One is people who believe that DeepScribe artificial intelligence is computer software which mimics human decision making or seems to mimic human decision making. Then there’s the group that calls themselves purists who believe that neural network processing holds true artificial intelligence. Of course i will be discussing both types. We may also touch upon all the different applications, technologies which are or seem to be similar enough, that their creators or marketers have defined as artificial intelligence.
Today we most commonly see that such applications as search engines on the Internet, autonomous operation and interactive eLearning systems, as well as recognition software for speech, facial features, finger prints, spell checkers, voice, anti-spam programs or algorithms which scan databases to get anomalies. Of course the more intense the applying for example self-driving cars, self-piloted planes, corporate telephone systems, weather prediction, stock trading, military net-centric warfare, automated warehousing or computer space systems the more important artificial intelligence becomes.
It must be relatively easy to understand that artificial intelligence has changed our lives as much as computers themselves and in the future much more still with artificially intelligent robotic androids in our homes and decision making computers at work. In the foreseeable future we may have artificial intelligence running our government, transportation systems, money flows, environment, distribution systems, virtual reality entertainment systems and almost everything you might dream up. Perhaps after scanning this book you might in fact consider more applications in your industry?
Could be the sky the limit to artificial intelligence? Indeed, it will seem to be and yet perhaps not, as we are already using AI underwater and underground, therefore the sky isn’t the limit and neither is the floor or anything else in this dimension. Artificial intelligence is not really limited to time, space, energy or matter in a single dimension. In the foreseeable future humans may have add-on features where man and machine is merged using Artificially Intelligent components. So once we examine where we are today with Artificial Intelligent Systems the solution most appropriate would be; We are at the Tip of the Ice Berg.
The more pressing question is how shall we proceed? Does mankind have the discipline and integrity to continue the forward progression with this technology without sacrificing or risking all we are and all we have built; perhaps that indeed is the better question of?