Science fiction movies seem to have done Artificial Intelligence (AI) a bit of a disservice. Due to decades of popular yet farfetched sci-fi releases, when most people think of AI, they think only of evil robots taking over the planet, or perhaps friendlier (but still evil, maybe?) robots along the lines of the robot-woman in Ex Machina. In many ways, however, real-life artificial intelligence has become more interesting than in the movies, with self-driving cars redefining transportation, quantum computing reshaping how we work with large sets of data, and medical robots performing some of the most advanced surgeries known to man with astounding precision. Indeed, the future of technology in many ways belongs to AI. This means that the most exciting and important careers of the future will belong to those who possess a solid understanding of both deep learning and artificial intelligence principles.
Jan-13-2018, 05:52:40 GMT