This year has brought unimagined changes for all of us. Who would have expected last Christmas that this year we would be allowed to get closer to each other only to a very limited extent or not at all during Christmas days.
Big Data appeared before everyone even realized its existence, and so far, it is the core element of modern technologies. This article will explain the intersection where big data meets AI as well as the key elements of their inseparable connection and the prospects for the further development of AI by using big data.
Technological change comes hand in hand with fears. Many people associate artificial intelligence with the dominance of machines over mankind and the topic of AI as a job killer is well suited for any discussion. But, above all, the cooperation between human beings and intelligent machines offers opportunities.
Artificial Intelligence or AI is rapidly gaining momentum around the world. While AI is often portrayed in film and television as a precursor to the end of the world, in reality, it is quite a bit more benign. AI, as we know it currently, is relatively innocuous.
Known as narrow or weak AI, it is only able to perform relatively simple tasks. Things like responding to your search requests on Google or facial recognition on the photos on Facebook are areas where weak AI can excel. A great example of a weak AI that we are all familiar with is the digital assistants we use in our daily lives.
Millions utilize Alexa, Siri, and Google’s digital assistant on smartphones and smart speakers worldwide for information and assistance. However, the goal is to eventually create general AI (also known as strong AI) that is capable of acting more autonomously.
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