Maile Ohye, a Developer Programs Tech Lead at Google who is very involved with the search community, presented at State Of Search last night. In her keynote presentation, she said Google is moving from a mobile-first world to a AI-first world. According to Mark Traphagen of Stone Temple Consulting, she quoted Sundar Pichai, the CEO of Google as saying "we're moving from mobile-first world to AI-first world. We want to build a personal Google for every user." I believe Sundar Pichai said that at Google I/O a few months back.
In 1950, the medical knowledge doubled every 50 years. By 2020 it will double every 73 days. Based on this, and the fact that other technological advances may increase this even more than currently predicted, how can we expect physicians to keep up-to-date on medical knowledge and evidence-based guidelines for all possible conditions, with variable dependent on their individual patient's unique situations? Is that reasonable or even possible? I recently read an article about a study at a large medical center that used Best Practice Alerts to help physicians determine the appropriate next steps in a patient's care, based on evidence-based guidelines.
If you are looking for some great books to learn and understand Artificial Intelligence then you have come to the right place. Artificial Intelligence or AI is such a domain which seems like the galaxy of never-ending possibilities, so for gaining knowledge about AI, what else could be better than well comprehend and simplified books? Books are essentially a great source of knowledge and have high value and respect from those who really prefer them. So let's do not waste much time and go to the list below. This is one of the very interesting books written on artificial intelligence, you will be surprised to know that this book is one of the favorite books read by Elon Musk, and is also one which motivated Elon to work on a new project focusing on the development of advanced A.I. Yet this book deals passively with coding stuff but still it will facilitate you to learn basic knowledge of AI and you may get the strings to possibilities of AI in future.
Bill Gates, the billionaire co-founder of Microsoft, thinks that artificial intelligence will take over a lot of jobs and ultimately will be a good thing. In an interview with Fox Business, Gates said that robots taking over our jobs will make us more efficient, and lead to more free time. "Well, certainly we can look forward to the idea that vacations will be longer at some point," Gates told Fox Business. "If we can actually produce twice as much as we make today with less labor, the purpose of humanity is not just to sit behind a counter and sell things, you know?" Gates is arguing that AI, the technology that some fear is already stripping jobs from primarily low-wage workers, is just allowing us to better manage our time. If artificial intelligence allows us to get in our cars and reply to emails on our way to work, it would definitely save time.